Pousada Toca Da Coruja
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and it was their last night so they wanted to go out. I couldn't really be bothered but I thought I would make the effort. It was fun. The place is a small surf town really. With one Main Street with cobblestones. There is the main beach which isn't that amazing but from their you can walk along to the other beautiful beaches which are backed by huge pinky cliffs with lots of Palm trees and greenery growing on them. So there are about 4 bars next to each ...
... fan was pants and Pipa was pretty balmy. We arrived around lunchtime from Natal so changed and headed to the beach for a few hours. The following day we got up early and walked around the headland to a different bay as we had been told we might see Dolphins. We had to go quite early as you could only get round 3 hours either way of low tide and we wanted to give ourselves plenty of time to try and see Dolphins. Well, we didn't need much time at ...
... result we decided that we deserved an ice cream and a trip to the beach so that is where we spent the rest of the afternoon - not a bad way to spend a Sunday afternoon. That evening, the three of us decided to head out for the evening out in Natal. After vetoing a heavy rock bar we found a place playing live samba music - much better. What ensued was the oddest night I have experienced in awhile. There was copious amounts ...
repaired – having survived 16 months on the road, I caught it on the door of a
portaloo – thankfully they had decided to open today after yesterday’s debacle –
told me to come back in an hour and had then shut – was not best pleased!
Walked to Praia Amor, named after the supposedly
heart-shaped beach, a stretch at best and yet another not ...
... by the number of vendors about.
Tibau do Sul, was suggested as being quieter and cheaper
than Pipa and it was definitely the former and not the latter – couldn’t find
anything for less than 200, neither very special, so hopped in a shared taxi to
Just in time as it bucketed down seconds later and had
luckily stopped by the time we arrived. ...