Okay! So the next stop after Raposos was Jericoacoara (if you don’t count my night at the airport in Fortaleza). Waaaaaaaaay up in the north you can find this little pearl, lying on Brazils north coast. It’s famous for it’s beautiful beaches, it’s magical sunsets and the fact that it’s windy all the time makes it a perfect sport for windsurfing and kite-surfing.I thought it would be good to start out with a few pictures from the place I stayed at, Casa Coco Verde. Actually I stayed at another place the first nights, but changed later because I didn’t like that place to much. Anyhow, Casa Coco Verde is runned by a german woman named Angela (It’s her in the window bellow). Really nice little place & the only place so far I’ve been to where they serve pancakes for breakfast..!!
A few days before I arrived another guest/volunteer found this little cutie on the road, because she was most likely going to die if nobody helped her, so they brought her with them to Casa Coco Verde and fed her there.
Next post, more Jeri! Tchau /Erik