Global Garden Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we checked out and moved into the city, to a hostel called Ecoverde, which runs tours into the Pantanal. It is a big sprawling pile of a place, with a garden that reaches for miles, with kittens, chickens and guinea fowl running amok, bookshelves, musical instruments and hammocks. The owner, Joel, is an avid music fan, and there was a constant background of classic Brazilian samba, bossa nova and Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass. It was like the ...
... interesting, we are here only for two things. Football and Pantanal. This isn't some sexy variation own football, the Pantanal is the largest wetland in South America covering some 10,000 square kilometres and is famed for it's opportunities to see wildlife including Jaguars, particularly at this time of year which happens to be dry season.
We spent most of our first day in Cuiaba booking a tour to the Pantanal and a flight to Belo Horizonte our next destination. Being ...
... what to do when. We can relax and let them organise everything.
In the initial meeting we heard from our leaders and were handed our supporter packs.
It was at this meeting where a couple of dreams came true.
For those that don't know Australia is the lowest ranked team in the World Cup and unluckily drew the hardest draw 'the group of death'.
... vantage point.A “Jesus bird”,a type of long legged heron,black body and sharp red beak ran across the water in front of the boat,its splayed webbed feet and light body seeming to defy gravity.In some places we just stopped paddling and remained stationary just listening to the silence and the warbling bird songs, above us great Leviathan puffy white clouds with grey frying pan flat bottoms lined up like giant battleships in a mighty armada,it was truly ...
... get hold of.Iguanas basking in the sun,2m in length perched in the canopy tops.We weaved through tiny inlets where white flowered water lillies played in the water in audience with dragon flies hovering like Harrier jets.Hawks and birds of prey basked on thermals and a lonesome Howler monkey chewed attentively on a cashew nut.All the while the great mirror lake swarmed with clouds , a frying pan of poached eggs.
For two hours we negotiated the water ways ...