Antibes Residence

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Rua Elia Barros 9104, Natal, State of Rio Grande do Norte, 59090-140, Brazil
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Cigarettes -Duty Free or buy local

by essayeffsea

Hi, travelling to Natal in Jan.I know eating out and drinking are approx half the cost or less than the uk but what about cigarettes?
Should we buy duty free at Airport or plane or buy local in Brazil.Can you get uk brands B&H or Regal or even US brands, Marlboro are ok?

RE: Cigarettes -Duty Free or buy local

by bazuc

You can buy Malboro here.

RE: RE: Cigarettes -Duty Free or buy local

by robine

Cigarettes are DIRT cheap in Brazil (around 50p a pack), and international brands (N. American, but not UK) are available. I recommend Camels.

RE: Cigarettes -Duty Free or buy local

by Zarasher

Cigarettes there work out at about 80p a packet, so that is definitely cheaper than duty free. I don't remember seeing any brands that I was familiar with... you just try different ones and see what you like... LOL

RE: Cigarettes -Duty Free or buy local

by JMBEALEY

Buy your cigarettes locally. We stayed at the Parque Da Costeria and Malboro were around 80p per packet. You can also buy them at the airport on the way out after you have gone through security at the cafe. There is only only cafe in the airport once you have gone through to the departure lounge. We have been to Natal 3 times and we are off again on the 20th Feb. We love it

Hope you enjoy it.

Julie

Travel Tips for Natal

Getting Someone's Attention

by madvex

To get someone's attention in Brazil it is customary to whistle or if you can't whistle, to make a noise something like you're calling a cat and saying "phew" at the end... Kind of hard to explain.. but you'll see and hear it right away. i.e. "pppssssshhhhheewwww".
Also, saying "AAAAAAAyy" is common for the same purpose.

These are true for both local men and women - but especially the women, who have no problem being downright rude to waiters or servants of any kind.

Fortaleza Dos Reis Magos

by madvex

The Fortaleza (fort) here was built by the Dutch in 1598. it;s located just north of the Praia Do Meio on the way to Genipabu and for R$2 (less than 1$ US) you get a guided tour.

Like most tours in Brazil, you must speak portuguese to understand what's being said.. but if you're here, you probably speak the language anyway. If you don't want a guided tour, you can tell them you just want to take some photos and look around and you will be free to wander the fort and enjoy the scenery unabaited by the guide.

There are great photo ops. here from the top of the fort looking back towards Ponta Negra and Praia Do Meio.

You must park your car and walk a good distance to the fort itself. Where you park, there are some little open air flea market type shops where you can buy all kinds of shells and souveniers very cheap. I picked up a few huge shells.. one of which I found to STINK of dead fish returning to the states. OK if it's going in the garden.. but be careful when buying these - smell first! For less than 5$ US you can buy 3 medium size shells or one huge Conch shell - not too mention all kinds of other local handmade crafts.

Where you park there are usually kids hanging out - they will watch your car for you while you walk around and tour the fort for less than 1R$.

Natal, a former charter destination

by georeiser

Natal is the capital city in the state of Rio Grande Do Norte in North-east Brazil. It's a coastal city with many nice beaches, and the tropical weather makes it a nice place to have a vacation. The city was earlier a charter destination for foreign tourists, but Brazil has become too expensive in earlier years because of fixed exchange rates. Both International and domestic airlines fly to Natal Airport (NAT).

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