Casa na Praia

Address: Av. Beira Mar s/n, Jericoacoara, State of Ceara, 62598-000, Brazil | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Av. Beira Mar s/n, Jericoacoara.
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    Travel Blogs from Jericoacoara

    Jericoacoara, time to relax

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on May 21, 2015

    4 photos

    ... way cooler. So we had a brief look before hiking back up the mountain edge and took a spot on the top to watch the sunset. Leesh managed to get her foot stung by a plant so we tried getting all the barbs out before walking back into town. We got back into town around 1800 and just hung out in our life unit listening to music and sinking a few cold rum and cokes. We cooked up dinner around 1930 before relaxing a bit more before slowly heading off to bed fairly ...

    26 - 29 march: The beaches are cool, no?!

    A travel blog entry by prunes17 on Mar 29, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    In my last post, I was heading to Salvador but I changed my mind last minute and headed to ilha grande and paraty, whilst it's still really hot! I've only been away for a week or so, and I'm seriously the most indecisive person! I've got absolutely no concrete plan and just going with flow, which is sooo unlike me! People here I've met think I'm like a free spirit taking each day as it comes. If only ...

    It's such a funny place, there is sand everywhere

    A travel blog entry by nairolf.bork on Sep 04, 2012

    ... with my trip. I arrived there and the first surprise was, that I had no clue about the village at all. There are just 4 or 5 streets and the whole village is built on sand. It is basically a big beach with some streets packed with hotels, pousadas, restaurants, bars and shops.

    I checked in the “Pousada Tirol” which is a really nice hostel with a lot of hammock (which is an important factor if it comes to hostels lately. They should rate the hostels after the ...

    Read it and sob...

    A travel blog entry by littlelinds on Sep 24, 2011

    5 photos

    ... s our hands taking the next beer with cheesy smiles from our tanned, ripped barman.... (I really hope that at this point some of you have had to stop reading this now due to the violent urge to vomit because you’re feeling so overcome with jealousy.)

    We’ve been so looking forward to getting to this place. And it’s just everything we ...

    Ilha Grande

    A travel blog entry by claireformby on Mar 10, 2011

    So ater the madness of Rio Iīve headed to Ilha Grande, a small island off the coast of Brazil for a bit of sun and relaxation. We had to get a bus from Rio to a place called Angra, after finding out that the next ferry to the island wasnīt for anoher 2 hours we managed to get a fisherman to take us there instead.

    The island itself is amazing, there is no motorised land transport here so itīs either walk everywhere or get a boat. I did ...