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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... missing on a wonderful adventure and wonder what else we could of seen if we had more time. The Pantanal is a truly amazing place, as much as Iguacu falls is spectacular.
We are returned to our hotel by 5pm and check in, collect our bags and drop them off in our room and head off to find a supermarket. Sadly we fail, managed to pick up some water and fags (for Sarah) from a kiosk and batteries for her camera from a chemist. We then head back to ...
... That sounded pretty good to me, plus it was more in line with the direction I was heading so I locked it in.
The Pantanal is not the easiest place to get to and required a day of travel which was a little stressful. Eight hours on a bus, then a mad dash taxi ride to the airport to catch a flight to Cuiaba (pronounced Quee-a-bah) and another taxi to the hotel. Finally I arrived and checked in at 2am. What a relief to have a shower and crawl into bed for a few hours ...
... a chant battle going on between australia and chile in the line, and i hate to say it but the soccer culture in chile is so much stronger than australia so their chants are just so much better. The intense scrutiny they put on us about having id with us and intense tickets checks was a total lie, the ticket i had, didn't even have my name on it and i got scanned straight through. Jenny's ticket had a boys name on it.
We found ...
It's football day, Australia v Chile at the Arena Pantanal! Julez, Alex and I are celebrities over here, we made the news in about 7 different countries, including 1 Chilean news interview that I did in spanish! We had Chileans grabbing us from everyone asking for photos ...
... can be intense. Unfortunately you can not tell people this as pride and “what to do before I die” has alot to do with it. Tony and Anette are a lovely couple and I spent dinner with them last night and Tony was explaining how they had been on cruises around the Caribbean, Tony had been on business trips during his working life to some far flung places,including Burma in 1979, when Burma was completely off every ones travel list and still well under the boot ...