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... Being just a short drive from Recife this is a popular holiday and weekend destination for locals and we can see why.
We immediately relaxed into the town, we enjoyed the pool and sunbeds at our hostel, we ate well, we pretended to be real tourists poking around the souvenir shops selling tat and just had an all-round great time relaxing and talking in the atmosphere.
Just to top off a perfect town our hostel had a rather fine selection of cats who lived ...
... dives in the 3 feet of water but with just a few striped fish we just floated and enjoyed the warm ocean. The weather was not being very kind, the sky was filled with grey clouds and the sun made just a couple of brief appearances which showed off the beautiful bright aqua pools to the their full potential. In all honesty South East Asia has spoiled us so much that we have come to expect clear oceans, beautiful coral and hundreds of fish, so Brazil ...
... saw loads of Dolphins. They were just swimming nearby us. Some by themselves and some in small groups. They were so beautiful and peaceful. We were out paddle boarding for about 40 minutes. We then headed in which was fun with the waves pushing you in. Before the sun disappeared from the beach we had a cocktail and I saw the Argentinian girls. I had wanted to spend the day with them but I hadn't see them on the beach. We all wanted to go to watch the sunset in the ...
... the beach. We ate mangos and drank a few beers. We then went for a walk along the beach to a place where Gaston and Sebas had been before to eat some prawns. We ordered a cocktail each and ate prawns. Gaston treated me which was nice, because at this point I needed to remind myself that I am a backpacker not a luxury traveller. By about 4pm the tide had come up and over the reef, it looked so beautiful I wanted a quick swim before we went. I went ...
Couldn’t find anywhere to go, even remote little places inland, as one of the busiest saturdays of the year, so forced to stay, what a hardship!
Hadn’t yet done the “piscinas naturales” so headed there mid-tide – low tide is crammed with boats and people standing on the reef. As it was, the reef ...