D Beach Resort
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Natal
... to catch low tide – needs to be to get
over the rocks to Bahia do Golfinhos, Dolphins Bay – of course, there were none
– they like morning high tide and no way was I going for that – my luck with
wildlife is poor. My shoes weren’t up to continuing onto Praia Madeiro but it
didn’t look any better!
Later, collected my Venezuelan bracelet which ...
... by the number of vendors about.
Tibau do Sul, was suggested as being quieter and cheaper
than Pipa and it was definitely the former and not the latter – couldn’t find
anything for less than 200, neither very special, so hopped in a shared taxi to
Just in time as it bucketed down seconds later and had
luckily stopped by the time we arrived. ...
... on the headland at the mouth of
the river and surrounded on all sides at high tide - as low tide, jumped the
defences and headed back across the sand. Was a nice view and had enjoyed the
famed chilli choc ice cream cut with some capiranha sorbet before heading back
along the 3km of rocky beaches. Shame they hadn’t completed ...
... for! Luckily only 10 mins to wait for the Recife bus. Had
decided to alight at the airport given hideous traffic and took the metro into
town and back out again to the rodoviaria, stuck out in the wilds 17km to the
west of centre.
Had just under an hour until the 1pm to Natal, which was
supposed to take 4 hours – by 6pm still not there, so hopped off before the
terminal with ...
... continued to drink beer and watch more dolphins in the bay, Gina got the basics and headed into the surf. True to her yoga core, she was able to get up on the board several times and made it look easy. At this point it was late in the afternoon and we needed to catch the bus back before dark. Climbing the steep steps back into the Sanctuary, we encountered more monkeys, only this time we learned they were being fed smashed bananas by park staff before ...