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After breakfast we hared a taxi and visited the 3 Kings Fort, the amazing new bridge, and the aquarium and ended up old part of Natal... a nice trip out to the Forteleza de 3 Magos at the mouth of the Rio Potengi. This is where much of the air traffic from the WWII flew across to Africa. The y are restorign the old seaplane base and will ahve a nice museum there by ...
After we went to the artisan's market, we came back and I worked online at my classes, at sunset I went out to the beach to watch the surfers, and then the moonrise...then I met the Krickx and we went to the far end ot he Praias de Ponta Negro for dinner.
... climes). Imagine that. Where I come from, walking around in the rain in a tee-shirt is an engraved invitation to hypothermia.
My flight to Natal would take me almost due east (a little southeast), but more importantly, out of the Amazon to the coast where generally it is much drier. Most of these airports where I’ve stopped have STAR’s (standardized arrival procedures) and SID’s (standardized departure ...
... all day.
We also visited the worlds biggest fruit tree which covers around 6 acres and is still growing but has to be cut back because the city has been built around it. If you visit it in season they will give you a sack full of cashew fruits to take home. Yes you heard right - fruit. The Cashew is a fruit with a nut stuck on the top. (Well a false fruit but I won't get into that too much. Anyway I have been nice and descriptive on the photos so have fun flicking through ...
... to get you from one end to the next. I jumped on the train to first visit Garganta del Diablo (I'll translate here, stands for Devils Mouth) and it was a particularly apt name as it literally looked like a huge, massive canyon in the ground with the most immense and powerful waterfall I'd ever seen. Gravity rules!! (okay, now i sound like sheldon! Lol).
The Garganta del Diablo was the most impressive waterfall, but from there i got to trek around the entire national park ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility