Hotel Fazenda Baia Das Pedras
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... wildlife spotting. We jumped in the little boat and started our way down trying to spot anything interesting. Nope, just more birds. Couple of caimans here and there, but like the Amazon, so many birds. To make it worse, the 5 Israelis were all sitting there talking amongst each other the whole time so loud despite the guide saying pipe down. Don't think they understand that you are suppose to be quiet when trying to spot animals. We pulled up and the guide dropped ...
... does Bais, a tourist information point/small museum). In we went, and within ten minutes were signed up to go on the 3 hour city bus tour around Campo Grande. Three hours?! When we heard this, we weren't quite sure what we had been missing in the city. Did we have the wrong 'main avenue'? Had we somehow managed to sidestep all of the most important and famous museums and sights? (Okay, maybe I'm being a little harsh, it's not that boring. But it is tiny, so three ...
... tired so had an early night.
Day 1 - we did a boat ride up the nearby river. We saw lots of Cayman (I'm not sure what the plural spelling is for Cayman... Caymen?), some Capybaras, lots of birds, some monkeys. A pretty good start. The afternoon activity was horse riding, so I gave that a miss and did the boat tour again with a different group while Mel went on the horses. The second boat ride was a bit less exciting, not as many animals. Mel said the horse riding was ...
... past you if you had sun cream on as they liked the smell. Howler monkeys and another specie if monkey which was far more shy. Neither were easy to photo and most climbed further up the trees. Armadillo, very cute, but very shy and I never managed to capture them before they dashed into their burrows. The long nosed creatures again with the striped tails. We saw quite a lot of babies which squeaked up to us and then we had to dash as the mum came down the tree to get rid of ...
... The great thing about this is that they will always speak English. The bad is that they will hide commission fees and not bother to tell you necessary things. For example the border times, it would have been great to know that. I also ended up paying double the price for my bus ticket but luckily it's Bolivia and everything is cheap so it wasn't crazy expensive.
But still really irritating.
Anyway, I figured I could just go to the ...