La Feira de Aracaju
The locals have a sui generis flea market but... of meals and fruits. La Feira.
Here you can get absolutely everything, from cebu or pork meat to wild fruits from the jungle, passing by sea and river fishes and crustaceous, tisanas for illness as stomach, hart or spells, love included.
The crowd, the sounds, and aromas are extraordinaries. At all, you can eat some foods including. Cheap, exotical, stunning.
Just take a taxi and say "A la feira por favor"
That's all you need.
ILHA DE GORÉ
"The quiet tide"
This small sandy island is located in the middle of the river Santa María, an afluent of the Vaza Barras river, at three km more or less from the ocean A small bar, seafoods and a lot of beer, you can enjoy the solitude and the warm waters surrounded by the blue crabs population...
"Always perfect weather..."
the weather is perfect, and my friend told me that every days they get a perfect weather, no cold days, no hurricanes, no strong winds... what can I say?
"A paradise? ...almost"
You can reach this little jewel renting a narrow boat (as a taxi boat) by 30 reais ( 12 dollars more or less) the round trip departing from the small piers of Mosqueiro vlllage, and in fifteen minutes you will be like the guys of the pix
"Low tide, but..."
During the low tide you can enjoy the shadows on the sand, but when the high tide is coming... well...
"High tide is coming..."
The high tide starts suddenly and veeery fast, in a few minutes you can feel the warm water kissing your feets, then...
"then take it easy..."
...because someone very friendly come to your table and pick up all your stuffs and...
"Every problem has a solution..."
...and they move on your bottles and plates to this woody platform, where you can continue with the hard task of enjoying the magic of the place meanwhile the high tide still growing up.
...as every dream, the end is coming, party is over and we back to Mosqueiro sailing this amazing river, meanwhile in my mind the voice of the Colonel Aureliano Buendía sounds telling me..."you are sailing straight to Macondo"...