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November 27, 2007 at 1:23 pm #30346
Jericoacoara- Brazil steals your heart with its simple beauty. Its streets are paved with sand. Everywhere you can see, houses adorned with bushes full of colorful flowers and are shaded by cashew and coconut trees. Jeri has just four main streets, along which you can find the restaurants and small gift shops. There also are a few small supermarkets were you can buy the essentials if you need them, and they offer stuff like fresh fruits, snacks, sunscreen, a variety of drinks, etc…
When we arrived there, many locals came around to propose different options of the available homes stay places such as, Villas and posadas (small Inn). It is quiet easy to find and accommodate your taste and pockets to the options that they offer. The most expensive and modern is a hotel called Mosquito Blue the less expensive are little pousadas, they are R$ 35.00 per night and up.
We chouse a posada called Jeri Brazil, because I really liked its country style. The owner was a friendly woman called Edna. She was the one to cook our meals too. We paid R$ 50.00 a night including breakfast and internet.
And thank’s to HolidayHomes for informative vacation rental directory that helped us to find: Horse Riding Farms in our travel trip to different places in Brazil.
Did anyone traveled to Jericoacoara?