So we got there and everything seemed nice. Even though the recepcionist didn't know how to spell, we though it was ok. When we got to the room the first thing we've noticed was that the bathroom had no windows.
The bed broke in the moment I sat on it and the matters was terrible. Later on I had lunch in the restaurant "Something" Caipira, where they serve the breakfast. The food had a strange taste and I got and intestinal infection.
The second day I was sick, had a fever and the sons of the owner/Manager Paula we're running around and making noises. It was horrible because I couldn't rest.
Since we've paid for three days, and here in Trip Advisor people said that Paula (the owner or manager) does not return the money we decided to stay for the three days and then leave.
The street where the Pousada is located is not where most stores and bars are, but there is a bakery that is famous and opens only at night in front of it. So at night there's a lot of noise.
The windows were broke and didn't close perfectly, so mosquitos got in every night, even with the noisy ar conditioner on.
We left and went to "Naquela". It was expensive but we had only two days left of our vacation and I was still sick. "Ibiscus" seemed a very nice (and more afordable) place. But this one is horrible.
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- Good quality, excellent location and fair price. Excellent fresh, big and comfortable apartments, with all services. Kitesurf lessons and 4x4 transfers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- A Estrela D'Alva Pousada Jericoacoara, Brazil