Pousada Casa do Angelo
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Jericoacoara
... so actually felt like maybe were getting some health benefits from it. We had lunch back in the unit before going down to the cafe for an arvo coffee and try sort out accommodation back in Fortaleza and suss the bus times out down to Natal. 1630 rolled around and it was nice and cool by this stage so we decided to throw the exercise kits on and head down to the massive sand dunes on the water to exercise and catch the amazing ...
... sussed each place out before walking down a quiet street and finding a cool surfy restaurant offering a 40reais dish for 2. It was an awesome fish stew type thing with rice, salad and a traditional Brazilian potato mash/puree. Amazing. We washed it down with a couple of ice cold beers and a coconut water for Leesh. We polished the night off with a box of local chocolates (like cadbury favourites) and annihilated them listening to music back in the unit before hitting the sack around ...
... to sit in even if you ordered in their restaurant but free one row behind the front row. Obviously we moved back a row and had the same view as others felt the same way. We ordered a coffee and a coconut water and sat back under the umbrella out of the sun for a bit. We looked around and everywhere was other people taking so many pictures of themselves or posing while someone took it for them. What is wrong with these people here. We couldnt help but laugh as we really were ...
... to greet us and let us in. It was a sweet little lad with a kitchen and bathroom. Just no WiFi and the cable TV also didn't then on. But good enough and was cheap. We ducked out to the supermarket, grabbed some food before heading down to the meeting point where we had an included walking tour down to the Jeri Arch. It was a decent 40 minute walk there before we made our wah down to the sand and over to the archway and didn't quite get the fuss. The one in ...
... would be like 3 euro.
I did a buggy tour to both sides of Jericoacoara. The west side with clear water lagoons with hammocks inside the water, and the other with mangroves, muddy lagoons with seahorses and crabs, and a village covered by the sand about 60 years ago.
Jericoacoara is one of the best places on the world to do Kitesurfing and windsurfing. Many people come here just because of the wind. Everywhere you look there is a kite, but ...