Visual Praia Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Natal
... waves. It was a great feeling and really nice to know how to do it. The lesson had certainly been worth it. We had the same lunch as yesterday - shrimps and chicken kebabs with garlic bread...deliciously simple and tasty. Fortified with a bit of food I went to try some surfing again, there were few waves and even the good guys didn't catch many. So back to shore I went to help Do continue with her fitness regime. This time she wanted to run up the steps - 176 steep steps to the top. ...
... 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 ...
... ups, planks, star jumps and lunges (or 'lunches' as Do's hockey coach used to call them) in the shallow water. Then it was back to our track for some more sprints before swimming back across the bay to collapse with a fresh cold coconut on our lounge beds, job done for the day. After observing the beach from the comfort of my lounger I could happily conclude that the thong bikini was alive and well and living on well rounded Brazilian buns ...
... boards. We also braved the water. It was deliciously warm, but the waves were tumultuous - breaking every which way in a haphazard fashion. They were strong and fiesty and we all got zapped a couple of times as we jumped, dived and generally cavorted in the surf. It was great fun though. At around 15:00 we climbed the stairs at the back of the beach and strolled back through town to our Pousada. It was time to get fit! We knew that it would be ...
... to lose portions of my vision and the pain was excruciating. I managed to write a thank you note and finish packing my stuff but then had to lie down from dizziness, pain, and loss of vision. This scared me immensely. I told Jamille when she got home that I would not be able to go out to lunch as I could barely see straight. I rested while she got me food. I tried facetiming a few people but no one would answer. You should see my texts to my sister, ...