Global Garden Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... tourist. But I am soooo glad that I brought it. The enjoyment of capturing nature at its best can't be underestimated.
Two eagles in particular were spectacular. Our local guide would throw freshly caught piranha into the water and they would swoop down and pluck them out. Their grace and strength was so beautiful.
Our guide also provided a piranha snack to a six year old Caiman. I know some may feel uncomfortable with this act as it is a wild animal ...
... my teeth cringe at the thought of eating. This trip we got a toffee just after boarding, then a packet of cheese biscuits and a drink. That was breakfast or it would have been if I had been awake. With the thought of another exciting flight Four hours later I had something at the airport. Our second flight of the day to Cuiaba started with the toffee so I was not expecting much but we got our own little snack pack with all of two crackers and ...
Since that game there have been very few games we have missed. Each day there are 3 games all one after the other in different cities. And every game is shown live in every little restaurant, shop or bar. And usually on multiple TVs which are surrounded by people eager to follow the action. And every goal is met with ...
... in about 45 minutes. When we arrived at the domestic airport we slept on the floor for a few hours. The line for the check in was filled with chileans, which meant our plane was going to be filled with them, too. Our flight to cuiaba was good, and when we arrived, it was blisteringly hot. We got picked up by Clodoaldo the man of our host family, but he didnt speak any English and we ...
... had no choice but to finish the hike.Carlos went to the back and I went to the front and over the next two and a half hours on a trip that should have taken us a leisurely hour we shunted ,pulled and pushed the couple along.The enjoyment for them died in the first 500m and any notion of bird spotting and butterfly gazing soon went astray.The problem is ,in the jungle you have to keep moving as the mosquito's and swarms of ants love nothing more than stationary flesh ...