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... chips a beer and a Coke all for the pricey sum of 4 pounds. Then catching up with some more people we meet in the pantanal and yep several rounds of Cassahaia the local version of rum which is served with crushed ice and lime and sugar (a maheto with out the mint) it was suddenly midnight and time to go to bed ... Dam the clocks went forward tonight it's not 12 it 1.30 and we need to be up at 7 to start a. Epic journey to ...
... that has been here will know that it is pretty badly connected, no buses and one flight a week to get out, unless you want to backtrack to Campo Grande. So we took that one flight from one of the smallest airports (although at least the runway had tarmac unlike Rurrenabeque in Bolivia) and set off for a brief overnight stop in Sao Paolo airport and then onwards to the East Coast and Salvador.
Bonito certainly lived up to its name, what a beautiful town and ...
... than an hour from the start popped out into the Rio da Prata. This was much deeper and the water was immediately 5 degrees colder. The visibility also reduced from the 40m we had had in the Olho to around 5m. But we continued to drift along very pleasantly. A boat was waiting there to pick up those who wanted to stop snorkling and Annick and the Swiss girl took advantage of this and clambered into the boat. The Swiss girl gave her boyfriend a long kiss goodbye as if she'd never see ...
... a really relaxed feeling. The ambiance was surreal with the beautiful trees all around so the overall experience was totally extrodanary!!! There we heaps of fish some tiny and some huge, and some springs coming up from underneath the water which made the bottom bubble. We followed our guide in a line one behind the other down the river looking at all the fish, branches, rocks, weeds and everything else. There were a few places we got to stop and one place ...
... Bonito booked, that cost $58R, left at 9am and took 6 hours - the girls got a door-to-door transfer that only took 4 hours, but cost $80R that they got from a guy at the station. I figured travelling alone I'd rather have things pre-booked to an extent, after my Foz incident. Although if I know what things are offered at the stations, I'll keep an open mind about when to buy. On this occasion I think I made the wrong decision as I ended up on the bus for six and ...