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... you so **********e direction, being able to see all the jagged rocks only inches from your body was terrifying, but as we each got to the difficult corner, our guide was there as a human buffer, pushing us to the left and into the proper current. It was like a rollercoaster ride. We were in the water for almost 2 hours, with a few forest walks in between. It was then back for a delicious all-you-can-eat buffet that I didn't have to pay for. Seemingly they ...
... tour in Bonito. Thankfully, the start was a little later and we arrived at the fazenda (they all have fazendas) at around 11am. Our tour was scheduled for 12.30 so we had a wander around the area and a little bite to eat. At 12.30 we were kitted out with wetsuits and snorkels, and were driven to an opening in the forest. After a 2km walk through the forest, which the tour guide told us had only become a nature reserve within the last 20 years, having previously been almost ...
... some wild pigs. During the walk I met an Aussie guy called Luke who got lost at one point. We ended with another chilled night.
The next day our last activity was horse back riding. I wasn't particularly keen on this as I've never done it and I'm not a huge fan of horses. It didn't take long on the horse to realise I had the crazy horse. I was nearly thrown off a few times but managed to complete the horse ...
... We swam down the river in single file for 2 km and saw many more fish, including the alligator that the guide warned us about (it stayed still as we slowly swam past). The guide would swim under and through trees which have fallen in the river, it felt like an obstacle course. At one point going down the river the guide swam ahead to where the river takes a turn and the current gets really strong. As we all went flowing down (pretty fast!) he would push us ...
... limestone and picks up a
mineral which binds to the imperfections in the water and drags it all to the
bottom, leaving it crystal clear. We were told in no uncertain terms not to
touch the bottom and stir it all up.
After getting all togged up in our wetsuits, snorkels and
floatation vests our group, Mike, Steve, Johnny, Anne, Hannah and us both met
our guide and after going for a brief dip to show him that ...