Hotel Praia Dourada
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... a pretty careful life, not necessarily succumbing to fear all the time, but I'm more accustomed to being thoughtful, serious and restrained. At this beach, we took a catamaran and bathed in mud at one stop, explored a reef at another. A little later, we went to Michel's friend's exclusive house right on the beach. We swam in the ...
Finaly, the Maragogi day arrived. And it started really early.
Due to the tie, the best time to go to the Natural Pools were at early morning, 7.30 am. Since we were 150 km away, we had to get up at 5 am.
We woke up like zombies believing that it was a worth sacrifice.
And we get in the car and drove... For two hours. We saw the brazilian morning way ...
... and an early night as the travel left us exhausted. The next day we went to visit the Manatee sanctuary which was awesome. It involved walking on a pathway over some mangroves that had some really cool crabs with funny eyes! Then we took a boat and saw our first Manatee which from a distance looked like a rock but we got really close although it didn't really move at all! In the afternoon we took bikes and rode down the beach before stopping for a drink and then found a ...
After our mildly disappointing stay in Salvador we caught a night bus (one of our last) to a destination further north up the coast, Maceio. From here we took the earliest bus we could to a little town even further north called Maragogi. We had read that along the coastline north of Maceio we would find untouched white sand, palm backed beaches, reef protected turquoise still waters and the best seafood money could buy...Yes please! The bus journey to Maragogi proved for once the LP ...
On the day after, I wanted to go to Recife but stopping along the coast at Porto de Galinhas. Rita recommended me to go there. Readin the advice from the book, I ended by a gas station where I was supposed to find a vehicle to get to my destination. There was only a kind of taxi who offered me to go to Maragogi and told there was no direct transportation to Porto de Galinhas from there. I really looked like a tourist ...