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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... small village of Bonito. There were about 30 shops selling t-shirts but it took us an hour to find anywhere to buy lunch.
It might also be worth mentioning that if you are a vegetarian, you are going to struggle in Brazil. Absolutely everything has meat, Mandy (one of our group members) virtually had to live off ice cream & biscuits (but she did have a sweet tooth so it wasn't all bad!).
N.b. Mandy had never heard of Cadbury's!! ...
The first Brazilian friend I made out here was an exceptionally good guy called Gustavo, who I met at the first hostel in BA. Gustavo told us all that the most beautiful place he'd been to in Brazil is was called Bonito (which translates to literally mean "beautiful"). So I conferred with Google and a couple of other travelers, and decided to head straight to this paradise after finishing in Iguacu. As soon as I arrived in Bonito I knew I would love ...
... someone who was staying in Chris’s dorm, an English guy called Toby (a legend in our eyes as he kindly gave us a bottle of 50% deet insect repellent after ours leaked in Chris’s bag) who’d been in Bonito for a few days and offered to show us around the town. As it was a cold day, we spent time looking around the small town and chilling out at the hostel. Bonito literally translates to 'beautiful’ and gets this name because of the crystal clear rivers ...
... on party mode commences mid-afternoon, and by the time we emerge the two groups are mingling and there are several bottles of vodka (and some dodgy cocktails) in flow. It’s crazy, and plans start to change – half our group still head to the restaurant while the other half stay to party and order in pizzas. It’s a great night, and the Charles and Camilla masks we’ve been given as presents before leaving come ...
... posted to this town for a year. We went out to the only restaurant in town and had a delicious meal of good steak and local fish. We then went through our route and he told us exactly where to go and where to stay. We had noticed along our way ( close to the Bolivian border- but we never want to go back there, ha ha!) that at the PRF (police road blocks) stations there were always locked parking areas holding lots of vehicles (cars, motorcycles ...