Pousada Casa do Angelo
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
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... between a fight & a dance to rhythmic beats & chants. We ended the day at a fantastic burger joint much better than any we had tasted so far in Brazil. The following day we went on a quad-bike tour which turned out to be us on a quad following a guy on a motorbike. We stopped at a wind battered tree (the wind never stops here making it an absolute Mecca for wind & kite surfers) and ...
... 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 ...
Everybody arrives in Fortaleza to go to Jeri. Well most people do. Jeri is a secluded beach desert town only reachable by 4x4 or buggy. The whole town is covered in sand and the only foot ware required is sandals or bare feet. The beach is pretty and I swear you ...
... 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 ...
... passed out in the hammocks again.
The weekend was over and the village was empty again, just some surfer and the local people and us. And everybody started thinking about their plans and how to go on but nobody really wanted to leave. I loved Jeri so much although I couldn’t surf there and I didn’t know why but it was just the feeling. It really felt like a home there to me. I already knew all the people and I basically walked through the village from one ...