The place was nearly 60 km away from our place but the road was full of dunes, rivers, back waters which we needed to cross with natural ways. It has been kept that way just to preserve the natural beauty of the place and that’s where it has been remained untouched since many years. So we decided to hire a buggy car and journey turned out to be as interesting as the destination. The buggy car picked us up in the afternoon and the first thing we needed to cross the river at Camocim with a boat. We all along with buggy boarded the boat and crossed the river. After river we started on jumpy, bumpy dunes with ups and downs at great speed. The water stored in between the cavities of dunes was making that place very beautiful. We enjoyed high speed buggy drive on the sand and were rushing through the natural roads. The droplets of rain were playing hide and seek with us and making our moments very special. The first place where we stopped was Tatajuba. I thought at least Tata reached here(:D). We had snacks there and continued to our journey.We crossed many flowing waters with natural wood boats and at last near evening we reached there nearing dusk. We rushed our check-in in a good hotel and came out to observe the beautiful sun-set in Atlantic. Jeri is the only place where you can see the sunset in Atlantic because of its peculiar location. The sun-set, although we were little late was wonderful. The moment was eternal.There we walked through the sand roads of the town observing beautiful craft and restaurants around for dinner. We choose a typical restaurant where the food was delicious. Our pousada was nice enough to give us rest so that we can be charged up for the next day. Next day, waking up early we hired horses to go to the monumental place of Jeri-Caocaora. As we walked through the meadows over there, the surroundings were so beautiful and green that I could have just spent my life over there! Lastly we reached to that place where a rocky gate has naturally been formed and it looks like a welcome gate to Jeri. We approached to the beautiful gate and backed by Sun all the way, we hardly could resist ourselves from entering the cold and roaring water of Atlantic. We spent a good hour there and started returning to the hotel. On the way back to the home, we went to see preserved forest where in back water, first time in my life I saw a real sea horse! I always imagined that it should be like a hippo in size but I was amused to know that the big one from them is less than of size of my palm! The one, the local guide with us had caught was a female pregnant seahorse fully grown in size and he caught it within half portion of a water bottle! We also saw the red colored crabs which were the unique feature over there.
As we backed from there, we were very tired but the mood which was tired because of our stay in Camocim was refreshed for a new site. Enthusiasm was back in place and we became ready for a new challenge.
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