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... 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 ...
... a quick ice cream and then got back to the flat earlyish. The next day Nico and Anto wanted to drive back at about 1 to Pipa. So we went back to the beach and the tide was a bit higher so we had a lovely swim/ lounge about in the beautiful turquoise sea. It was so peaceful and beautiful. It wasn't high tide so there were no waves but it was deep enough to swim and the water was so still and clear. We then said good bye to Seba and Gaston and drove back ...
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 ...
After a prolonged shopping trip to town, siesta’d then headed
towards the “pontal” but stopped for far longer than anticipated with Lorena, the
lovely helpful English-speaking Italian lady I met earlier this week. Had a
good old chat, swapped some books, got ...
... the hobbit hill cane fields,
so small, steep and undulating the cane was being harvested by hand. The
mangroves here seem far less of an open sewer/garbage dump than those in the
city, both Recife and Salvador, where the smell was so bad you could taste it
just passing on the bus – no inclination whatsoever to swim the city beaches!