Bristol Exceler Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Campo Grande
... the prospects. I am the kind of tourist who will ignore hard core/irritating sales persons when I am tired and cranky after a long bus ride. One of the brochures we got handed in the bus station turned out to be the company we went with. They were called Santa Clara, who have a lodge on an old cattle farm in the Pantanals, which they use as their Pousada and then take the guests out for organised activities. More of that later. Campo Grande as far as I am ...
... this I eventually grew tolerant of Mosquitos to enjoy the outdoors, which had its repercussions a week later when I was literally covered in bites. After 4 days of the pantanal, our resolve to stay until we found a jaguar quickly faded. On the bus back to campo grande I was unsuccessfully trying to remember what life was like without bug bites. Without question we decided to get out of the interior and head to the beach. Next stop: ...
... both persisted with the driver and lodge guy that we had to leave now. We told them the other couple would just have to go on another bus. Finally we got our driver to leave by 16:00.
Back in Bonito we got dropped in the Main Street to get another quick ice cream from the place we found yesterday. Today we got even bigger ones. We then walked back to the hostel to grab our bags. We told the lady about the terrible transport the last two days then took of ...
After our executive bus to Iguazu Falls nothing was going to quite live up to the luxury we´d encountered. And our 24 hour journey from Puerto Iguazu to The Pantanal was anything but luxurious! We took a taxi over the border into Brazil, two different buses through the night, then had a turbo shower and a 5 hour car and truck journey into The Pantanal to get to Santa Clara pousada, our home for the next 4 days. The lodge was, thankfully, gorgeous, with a pool, hammocks and lots ...
... frontier of Bolivia. For the prize the tour was okay. It was a lot cheaper than what I should pay later for the northern part of the Pantanal. But there were more backpackers as well getting drunk every night. If I want to get drunk I get drunk and if I want to see wildlife and nature, I don’t get drunk but well. It was a good start to begin my travels and the tour at night and the one night camping alone without guides and tourists were the highlights of the first ...