Bristol Exceler Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Campo Grande
We rose at another early start at 0545 and slowly made our way to breakfast to be there for 0600 start. We quickly ate so we had time to pack a small bag before we departed at 0700 for our horseback ride. Along the way as we drove along the main road, I noticed a log way off in the distance a large black (too far to make out colours) ......... We arrived at the ranch and were given our horses. After our experience in Mendoza, we were both hoping for energetic horses and that we would ...
... pool the sky darkened and by the time our meal arrived an enormous storm started raging with lots of lightening and really strong winds, followed by pelting rain. It became so bad that we had to move inside. The rain and storm continued for most of the night, no doubt welcomed by the locals.
The two guide/driver set up was certainly very personal service. Gabriel the driver had to spend massive amounts of time ...
... turns out the river we floated down earlier in the day is full of them. We were also lucky enough to see a Jaguar on the night safari, just watching us as we motored downstream from his place on the bank - it was an amazing moment as we watched it wander off into the forest. Went canoeing the next day and managed not to fall in despite Michael's best efforts and stayed well away from the mangrove areas where we know the cayman live. It's been a ...
From Iguassu we took an overnight bus to Campo Grande, getting quite used to sleeping on busses now, managed about 8hrs of interrupted sleep each. We were met at the bus station and taken to hotel where we had a shower and breakfast then boarded a minibus with 5 Germans and an American for the 6hr journey to our lodge in the Pantanal. On the way we stopped to look at Caimans on a river by the road and Chris noticed something else in the water! It looked like a ...
... as 'see food' I.e. Eat everything you see. So the activities! The first day we did horse riding where I got the slowest horse who liked sniffing other horses bums more than moving. Our dedicated guide then took us on a boat tour in the afternoon where we would do some Piranha fishing. On the boat tour itself, we saw a lot of bird wild life and their version of a crocodile which are called caiman. Tom our guide was incredibly enthusiastic and was showing us all ...