Jericoacoara, Brazil- In english

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The fact that there are no paved roads in the village, filters the kind of tourists who comes to this paradise. The streets are sand, the beach every day offers a different way due to the tides, there are natural pools and a magical dune that reaches to the beach, where people contemplates the sunset every day. The caporeira (a mixture of music, fight and dance) captivates the tourists

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  • Preciosas playas y muy refrescantes, un placer pasear por ellas.
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  • Querida Alicia, I publica su presentación en mi blog HARDY'S CORNER (http://hardys-corner.blogspot.com/) Gracias por compartir y felicitaciones mi amigo. Buena semana. Bernard
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  • wow, que hermosos paisajes!
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  • This must be a fantastic place... Sunsets are definitely beautiful and fascinating! ...Very nice slideshow!
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  • Alicia, Your slideshow is also referenced on the BLOG(in more of group ) of 'Sound and Music' and 'Youtube & Slidecast'
    http://sound-and-music.blogspot.com/2010/05/jericoacoara-brazil-in-english.html
    Thank you for your visit . Warm greetings from France. Have a wonderful day ! Bernard
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Jericoacoara, Brazil- In english

  1. 1. Jericoacoara Brazil
  2. 2. Jericoacoara is located in the state of Ceara, 320 km. west from Fortaleza. The trip that you will enjoy will be an unforgettable experience…
  3. 3. People reach to Jijoca by bus. From there passengers are transferred to a “Jardineira” with wooden seats .. no doors…
  4. 5. and…for one hour the vehicle goes through small villages…and then continues by the sand, crossing little streams that flow into the sea, stopping by the passage of donkeys and “cebús”…
  5. 7. The streets are of sand….
  6. 9. Almost any car… only some motorcycles and buggies
  7. 13. In the  late 80's Jeri had neither piped water or electricity …
  8. 21. Nowadays Jeri has piped water and electricity... but... the absence of street lights, makes that the night in Jeri retains a special charm…
  9. 25. The beauty of the beach… impresses the visitor
  10. 27. During the low tide, canoes y boats are lying on the sand…
  11. 29. and… the sea drag every day a large number of pink seashells, most of the time…empty. 
  12. 31. … At low tide, the sea recedes more than 200 meters away…
  13. 32. and then... the tide goes up again....
  14. 42.                                                                                                                                                                               .
  15. 45.                                                                                                                                                                               . Turists and locals dance “Capoeira”
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  17. 50. The wind moves the sand… . so the dunes move about 10 metres per year…
  18. 55. In rainy seasons,  lagoons are formed between the dunes
  19. 58. Pedra Furada… an authentic postcard of Jeri ...
  20. 60. The rocks compete in colours and shapes...
  21. 61.                                                                                                                                                                               .
  22. 62. and now we reach the climax of the day....
  23. 63. Climb the dune Por Do Sol is a ritual in Jeri...
  24. 64.                                                                                                                                                                               . for... every day contemplate the sunset...   
  25. 68. Every day the sky show looks different ...
  26. 69. and… charming…
  27. 76. <ul><li>Images from: </li></ul><ul><li>Internet </li></ul><ul><li>“ Um dia em Jeri” publication of Gérard Orjubin” </li></ul><ul><li>Own photos </li></ul>Performed by Alicia Gaione de Gadea
  28. 77. Performed by Alicia Gaione de Gadea <ul><li>Music: </li></ul><ul><li>La Lambada – Jean Claude Borelly </li></ul><ul><li>Aquarela do Brasil – Richard Clayderman </li></ul><ul><li>Manha de Carnaval – Roy Etzel </li></ul>

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