Oasis Atlantico Fortaleza Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... has been out learning to surf each day. We decided to go down to the canal and rent out kayaks regardless of the weather. When we reached the kayak store again the rain was pouring down and the lady thought that we were insane to go out but we had dedicated ourselves to the cause. The plan was to kayak upstream until we come to a lagoon which I was excited to see as I was picturing a small glistening bright blue pool like the lagoons you see in the sides of mountains. It ...
... frustrated us as we walked around to every place in town enquiring only to realise the only way was to go to the rodoviaria tomorrow and buy them on the spot. We grabbed some food and went back to the hostel to cook dinner, have a few drinks with the staff before Leesh got tired real quick and phantomed her way back to the room and I followed not long after. Leesh was ready out of it by the time I got back to the room and it didnt take too long to be gone as ...
... supplied, we cooked up own eggs and muesli with fruit to go with it and have a proper start to the day. We decided to stay away from the heat and sun during the peak heat hours pre midday so we made our way to the Centro Mercado. We struck some bargains on the way as Leesh found some small market vendors selling exercise tights and bras for $4-10 and $2 sport bras, $10 denim shorts and I managed to snag a $4 pair of boardies. Good start. But ...
... street vendor for 5reais when it would cost triple that back home. It was quite nice but we think it had been tampered with sugar as no way could taste that good and be a wonder food. We got back to the hostel in time for the free drink happy hour and did some socializing with the other guests before eating dinner. We had another drink as we chatted away with everyone before heading up to bed around 2200. It was getting rowdy out there so we snuck away fairly ...
... glance. A taxi approached us and rather than attempt to lure us in to taking a tour of the city with him, we could see he had a car full. He wound his window down and without completely coming to a stop, shouted something in Portuguese of which one word was definitely ‘favela’!! We could have probably guessed the rest of the sentence. Something like ‘Are you effing crazy!!??’ Although the lighthouse was only a few hundred yards away, we would ...