Rancho do Peixe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... backpack. Mine had come unstitched and wasn't safe anymore, couldn't find repairer. Deodorant to be replaced as altitude had depleted our deodorant sticks!!! Plus Terry's mouthwash cum toothpaste had also oozed and got low then back on the bus back to airport hotel. Some of us went to rooftop restaurant for a drink and sampled the "new flavour of the day" drink to replace of Peru Pisco Sours. Forgotten what it is ...
... down in the couch and passed out for a while with Rach. When I groggily got up Rach was heading back to our room. About to join her, the fellas offered my a caipirinha, so I decided to stay a little longer to drink it. Not gonna lie I felt very tipsy by the time I finished it! I waited a while and then headed to bed feeling very tired. Once in the room, I read a little harry potter and them drifted off to bed relieved that the bed was no longer wet but just ...
... a warm, restful sleep as our spiders kept an eye and leg out for us.
The remainder of the jungle experience was reverted back to the lode. We had grown exhausted of the baby wipe showers, our natural pungent odours, the natural wildlife bathrooms, and the immense amount of crackers eaten. We were thrilled to returned back to the empty lodge for our last sleep. We found joy and relaxation in the lodge hammocks as we lay in them, finally clean and ...
... the Brazilian roller coaster, given the combination of crazy driver, bad roads, broken-down bus and unwary passengers flying from the front to the back of the bus in zero gravity: the secret is to get on the bus and immediately take the first available seat, before the driver even think of leaving. An eight-hour night bus with air conditioning set at polar temperatures from Natal to Fortaleza: I was expecting much worse, we also managed to sleep. Six hours by bus from Fortaleza ...
... board. As we approached Tariri lodge we started to get excited about where we had come. The brilliant green of the trees beautifully reflected on the calm waters and then the sight of the huts was breathtaking. We knew we had arrived at a special place. We were welcomed by Fabiola with a cashew drink and then shown to our cabana. It was along a high walkway. A beautiful cabin with bathroom large screen covered windows with bush views from each ...