Casa na Praia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Casa na Praia Jericoacoara
Travel Blogs from Jericoacoara
... so much time on these wasted stops and speed the bus systems up over here. We finally arrived (after around 5 hours) In the small town outside Jeri and transferred into a 4wd before making the 45 minute ride over the sand dunes and bushland into Jeri. We were dropped off at our pousada after a bit of difficulty as the owners hadn't given us a proper address and the place didn't have a sign. So the driver called the number and Cris, the lady renting the place, ...
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 ...
... side bar for a few beers and caipirinhas fruitas and watched the sun go down, is such a beautiful scene at night there are sand duned which surround the beach where loads of īpeople climb to the top in time for the sunset. It looked like Brazils answer to shell island with the sand dunes and wind ha.
As there were no buses that left on the Saturday the following day was to be our final day, so got ...
... time of the day, we have to walk at least 50 metres further to reach the sea to take a dip.
Clare is also having a frustrating old time getting her camera out in time whenever a hot surfer dude walks by.
And finally, the alarm clock. Abandoned. Un-used and pointless. I’m sure those of you hearing yours daily will agree - what a tragic waste of that wondrous ...
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 ...