Best Western Mato Grosso Palace
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... a wide path and get through it ok. We arrive back around 9 AM sweat dripping off us and with the un welcome news that the power has gone off.
We amble around the lodge enjoying the peace and not so much the heat. We spot a few lizards and waste time until lunch is served. Another nice meal.
We pack up and jump in the mini bus at 2.30 for our trek back to Cuiaba. We cruise across the remaining 15 bridges, getting to see more wildlife and ...
The Pantanal - I hardly know where to begin!
Brazil is such a big country with so much to see, so it was hard to decide on an itinerary when I was in the planning stages of this part of my trip. With 10 days or more already locked in for Rio and along the coast, I started looking at the Amazon, but then I came across the Pantanal.
The Pantanal is the largest wetlands in the world. Altogether there are 650 species of birds, 260 species of fish and 80 species ...
... t goal well in this game.
The fight back was thrilling but you just can't give teams a start at this level.
It was a sober bus that set off the next day for our trip to the Pantanal Wetlands, where the main attraction is the bird life of a feathered kind, not like the rest of Brazil,we got some great pictures however it is unlikely that we will be able to show in this blog as the internet is terribly slow.
Back to our Hotel to watch England and Italy, not a happy Barbara that ...
The moment we had all been waiting for was 2 hours away, so we had to make our way to the pantanal stadium down the road to get into the game. Clodoaldo drove us to the game, but where we got dropped was on he other side of the stadium to where our gate was. Luckily there was people outside selling cold beers for the walk around. By the time we got to the gate, we had already drunk 4 beers, but so had everyone else.
... a wad of disposable income to spend and expect to be able to manage some challenges that their bodies simply cannot cope with.Traveling is hard work if you are not fit or not used to intense heat,bugs,mosquito's and getting up at the crack of dawn,not to mention sudden swings in diet,different eating times,there is no routine involved and the pace on these two or three week tours on long haul trips which are becoming more and more popular amongst people of a certain ...