TripAdvisor Reviews Pueblo Pequeno Rio Caribe
Travel Blogs from Rio Caribe
... br> The "capitano" was a young lad called Angel – went past several lovely empty beaches and some hidden rocks on the way to the picture postcard palm lined crescent that appears in most adverts. Nice beach and plenty of palms to hang out under. The water was clear, cool and pretty calm, though it had been lumpy getting there. Unfortunately it was full of pica pica, I think they call them sea wasps, stinging micro-organisms ...
... amounts of fish than are likely to be consumed in a day by the local population – you think there would be some controls to prevent overfishing and control the size of fish caught, otherwise they will be in trouble in the future – all that salted ray will only last so long!
Snake oil was also on sale, good for all that ails apparently, though there didn’t appear to ...
... fairly good, then off for a wander round this unspoilt colonial sector – gave the upper Castillo a miss – was closed anyway and couldn’t get into the lower one next to the church as they said it was in too poor a state of repair.
Porpuesto to the terminal, though the driver reluctant to put my stuff in the boot – no logical reason as I was going to the final destination ...
... and to have a look down at the town.
The following morning charlie and his friend picked us up and took us to the surrounding areas.
We were all on motorbikes and the first stop was a place called pui puy.
It is the nicest beach i have ever seen! It was so peacefull and scenic, i am sure i could happily live there!
For lunch we went to a locals house and there they let us try different fruits and even the cocoa bean (rio caribe used to be one of the largest coco ...
... their quarter. boys with machine guns were my security. they were really nice. talked to me, gave me food, invited me to stay longer.
i enjoyed the beach next morning, but due to the tense situation (for the others, not for me) i decided to leave.
there would be many more beaches to enjoy on my way back to rio on the brazilian coastline.