Pousada Toca Da Coruja
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today would be our last day in Pipa. We'd loved Praia do Madeiro so much that we decided to go back there. By 10:25 we'd settled into exactly the same loungers that we'd vacated the evening before. I couldn't accept being so clueless in the surf yesterday afternoon so decided on a second lesson. Sid said she wanted to join me so we went in search of Jonathan. He wasn't available for an hour or so so Do and Annick took two boards and I went out into the surf with them to give them a ...
... them up, explained the technique to get up on the board and then took them both into the waves. With her dancer's balance and her supple body Sid got it straight away and was up and surfing from the very first wave. It was fantastic to see. Annick also started well but then managed a few head firsts before finishing strongly with a few good rides. Then it was Dominique's and my turn. Jonathan took us through the instructions and we went out into ...
... Much more so than in Rio. As with most things you get the good, the bad and the ugly and when it's bad and ugly it really is a pretty horrible sight, but when it's good...oooh la la! At 13:00 we had to beat a retreat from the Baia as the tide started to rise. We ended up back at a restaurant overlooking the water and sat with the tide coming in right under our feet. Not fully understanding the menu we managed to totally overorder by ...
Having had such a broken night we slept late until 10 am and only just made it to breakfast. It had rained most of the night, but the day was sunny (and windy). We got our first glimpse of our Pousada and it was lovely. Set in the back streets of Pipa it was a peaceful oasis of palm trees, stone and dark wood, with a lovely little plunge pool. We didn't hang around though and went in search of a decent cup of coffee. We hadn't had one yet but miracle ...
... see if the beach party was happening. I managed to persuade Gaston to come with me and we went down to the beach. It was so dark in some places and I think he was a bit scared, because the next day he said, 'Emily you really aren't scared of anything are you?' That's not true at all but I thought it was funny. I'm so used to travelling alone that now if I do anything with anyone I don't feel scared because it's an added to bonus to have someone with me. So we got down ...