Pousada Casa do Angelo
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We endured a long trip from Rio to Jeri via Salvador but it was certainly worth the wait.There are no roads or cars in Jeri, just sandy streets and the only way to get around is by foot, buggy or donkey! The town is very small but picture perfect, surrounded by sand dunes and two stretches of beach which is renouned for its kite surfing.
The afternoon tradition in Jeri is that everyone (tourists and locals alike) climb the sand dunes and watch the ...
... take you to their lagoons an other highlights.
There are donkeys everywhere walking arround the town or lying down on the middle of the road. The main vehicle here is the buggy, and secondly the jeep. A license is needed to get the vehicle into the village, and there are no "normal" cars, because they would get stocked on the sand!
At night a lot of vendors put their tents up to sell cocktails, a caipirinha is about 1 euro! And the most ...
Took the bus from Fortaleza at midnight had to change onto a 4WD truck as Jericoacoaro has no roads but is all sand around the town. Checked in to get some sleep ready for a day on the beach.
Next day spent most of the day relaxed on the beach. Watched the windsurfers and kite surfers as is such a good place to do those sports perfect conditions, not so perfect for sunbathing as its so windy. Headed to ...
... thing to spend one or two weeks just in holidays. And in places like Jeri you see so many people who are just on a weekend trip and spending loads and loads of money which makes it really difficult.I tried to tell him that but he was to concerned but he managed to spend just 15 Reais in 3 or 4 days, though thumb up, you really can do a difference. Nevertheless he a cool guy and he fell from a horse which unluckily I didn't witness but I saw him killing one ;) ( Dom Dom lost a ...
... is surreal almost comparable to the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia...but not quite.
Jeri itself consists of some 5 or 6 main roads which all lead to the beach. Our pousada was in the central area, easily accessible to everything, but honestly anywhere would be fine because it's such a small town. Our first thing on the agenda was to check out the beach. The beach was a cove, with small hotels and beachfront umbrellas that adorned the east side. On the west ...
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