Global Garden Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... 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 and must be respected, ...
We had to get out of here today, our welcome was being overstayed so when we told Bia and Clodoaldo that we were leaving, they offered to drive us to the bus station. Although totally possible for us to point at a screen and get a bus, Clodoaldo really helped us out and booked our tickets, while trying to translate to English, we understood anyway. He drove us back then we went and sat by the pool for the afternoon.
Bia was a ...
... a two hour flight north west of Sao Paolo. It's known as the gateway to the Pantanal and is hot, humid and famous as the Soy Bean capital of the world. It borders the Amazon the North and Bolivia and Paraguay to the West.
We landed in Cuiaba and were met by our guide, Silvio. He drove us to our hotel in town and gave us the history of Cuiaba which like many towns was founded when ...
Willian was kind enough to drive me to the airport for my 9:20am flight to Cuiaba. I was finally off. My connection was in Brasillia which was greeted with utter confusion but i got there eventually and on time. My flight arrived in Cuiaba just a bit after 12:45. The first thing i needed to do before i went to The Lobo's house to meet Aline and her family was to get to the Pantanal shopping centre to collect my tickets. As i was a day late i ...
... three English friends.He had been living in the UK for 8 years and this was to be potentially I life deciding trip for him. He had not seen his parents for all of that time and I asked him what did he miss the most, he looked at me and very quietly and emotionally he said his “mothers love”. He goes tomorrow to see his parents for two weeks and his 18 year old son ,who is about to start university and he will decide whether to stay in the UK or move back to Brazil.I ...