Right now I'm already for more the one week in Jericoacoara.
But let's start from the beginning of my journey; first of all I flew with a lot's of equipment including a bag Marcillio Brown BRA 105 who asked me to bring a bag with only eight sails. Yeah right,... and a bunch of mast, wetsuits and other stuff. Fortunately for me during check-in, I met the most helpful member of Iberia and she helped out that everything was running smooth for me. In the end I was flying with at least 170+ kilos and they only charged me a little for the amount of overweight I was traveling with. But never the less, this could for sure gone terrible wrong, as Schiphol is know end to be really strict in there regulations.
Finally after a good thirteen hour flight I arrived in Fortaleza Brazil, then another five hour drive, first to Incarazinhio and then back to Jericoacoara. The last two hours of the trip was mainly over beaches, dunes, quite a bumpy and exciting ride.
Jericoacoara; this different from any locations I've been yet. First of all it's a natural protected area so the only traffic in Jeri you'll see is a few cars (buggy's), some donkey's and cows walking over the beach or just in the small little village from Jericoacoara.
Then most important the windsurf spot from Jericoacoara; it has lot's of variety good for jumping, flat water and chop. As it is super high season right know it's really crowded to, which makes it hard to practice moves without hitting somebody. So tomorrow I will go with bunch other people to Comocin (just two hours driving from Jericoacoara). there we will stay for four days. So I hope to really work on some new moves.
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