Windtown Beach Resort & Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
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... like this; the lagoon was more a lake. The sky was grey and everything looked so gloomy. It was a good workout however and we saw some beautiful canal side homes which proved that there is some money in Brazil and not each place is swarming with favelas. As soon as we had kayaked back I stood in the shower for an hour to attempt to warm up my icy bones. Swedish Jens was also at our hostel and we met him in the bar a little later for dinner. The dinner was 25 reals and it ...
... trip that felt like it took forever and we eventually arrived back in Fortaleza at 1300. The bus stopped and dropped locals off where ever they wanted but no chance it was stopping for us where it was easy for us and along the same roads, so we got off at Beira Mar and grabbed a taxi back to Full Sail where we would stay for the night. I had left my watch there and so had to head back anyway. We dumped our bags in the room and went out to find a travel ...
... it ended for the day. Centro Mercardo was average and was mainly nick nack and souvenir type stalls so we left quick and started the walk back. We walked past the Fortaleza cathedral with its palm trees surrounding it (another first to see that) before passing the cultural centre, Drago da Mar, and arrived at the supermarket to grab some lunch. We decided to have a picnic on the beach under a palm tree. It was bliss. We spent the rest of the ...
... with our shoes in our hands and were almost dry by the time we got back. A temperature sign along the boardwalk said it was 0800 and 28degrees. We got back in time for breakfast and tucked into the standard Brazilian breakfast of ham, cheese, bread, fruit and cake before showering and heading out for a walk through town and find a new beach for a dip. After 45mins or so Leesh started to feel unwell so we pulled up, she got a quick break in and we decided ...
... from the set route or price ($140 Reias.) These buggies are the ones with the red license plates. Rididng the dunes at high speed, sitting on the back and hanging on the frame while being tossed about up and down the dunes and down steep hills like on a roller coaster was definitely the highlight of my visit! The tour includes a stop in the middle of the dunes to a lagoon. You can sand ski sitting on a wooden board all the way down a long hill that ends in the ...