Pousada Casa do Angelo
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Smoking rooms available
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... it hit the ground. Needless to say we were all a bit wet and cold when we got back to our hostel, me not quite as bad as Rae as I had managed to secure the only inside seat! So, at the end of our adventure in Jeri we got the night bus back to Fortaleza ready to head to our next destination - Natal. But for anyone thinking of heading to Brazil, Jeri is an absolute must. It is an absolutely stunning place and you are guaranteed to have an amazing ...
We had heard that Fortaleza wasn't great but Jericoacoara (Je-ri-kwah-kwah-ra) on the other hand is a back packers paradise! We got straight off a 9 hour nightbus and picked up a transfer to Jeri another 7 hours by bus & all-terrain truck. The last 1 hour was amazing it was like a scene out of Mad Max as we drove alongside a seemingly endless beach. The Atlantic Ocean on one side and dunes so big ...
... on the beach with locals and gringos alike - good times. Jericoacoara was a cool place but it's on the brink of being another causality of tourism - a fading legend you might say. This led me on a quest to find an unspoilt paradise. --------------------------------------- ---------------- Track of the day 'Pacific coast highway' - David Carbonara Link to soundtrack http://open.spotify.com/user/1147454646 ...
... tide and took the higher path up along the Serrote hill back) we passed rocky cliffs and a ruggedly beautiful shoreline. The walk takes about 2 hours in total but we went the wrong direction the first time so took us 4 hours! The beautiful views from all directions made us feel like we've reached the edge of the earth. As we happened to be in Jeri between June 15th and July 30th, we had the good fortune to witness the sunset right in the middle of the Arch! Such a good ...
... because it was national public holiday in Brazil and suddenly the whole village got packed of Brazilians. There was even something like a traffic jam..likes four or five cars standing in a line, but for Jeri, four or fives cars is something like a traffic jam ( Besides of some buggies, the daily bus and some few jeeps there are usually no cars in the village and you need something like a special permit to drive there, I think) We all moved to the camping ground though and I hung ...