It is really not difficult, he said. Just a tiny bit of sand, he said. Next moment I am crossing 19 km of sand dunes on my way to Jericoacoara.
What a great and unexpected stop in Natal… But now it was time to get to Fortaleza where I arranged an oil change at the BMW dealer and more important to meet Ana Paula again who I met in Floripa the year before.
My number plate got lose and I had to go to the next garage to fix it… I was afraid to lose it again (like it happened in Bolivia last year). Also, I needed a new lubricant for my bike’s chain. Therefore…
I am sitting in a charming creperie on a wooden platform directly at the sea, the sun is slowly setting and is painting the palmtree and sanddune paradise in a wonderful mixture of red, yellow and orange….
Usually it would take not a long time to get from Paraty to Buzios… usually… however, I haven’t seen so many speed cams in any other country before which made it impossible to drive faster than 60 to maximum 80 km/h.
Mancora is famous for three things: Surfing, Partying and Wildlife. My main reason was to watch one of the most beautiful creatures on this blue planet: the playful humpback whale which is famous for its acrobatic jumps off the water. I felt in love with this animal since my time along the coastal highway in Australia. […]
Coincidentally, I ended up in a beach town called Huanchaco instead of Trujillo after I was struggling to find an affordable hotel. Since I was already close by to the ocean I decided to follow the coastal highway and surprisingly discovered this surfers paradise.
It is a 2 hour ferry trip from Cebu to Bohol. Arriving pretty late in the evening we decided to stay in the main town of the island and “simply” had a gorgeous dinner while going early to bed. The next days were packed with activities…