Hotel Pousada Bonsai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and took hundreds but it was so beautiful he just couldn't stop, but I wasn't complaining as I loved it too!! We were allowed to spend as much time as we needed in the cave so we didn't feel rushed at all and we made our way out after about 20 minutes. We got back to our place after 1.30pm so the whole outing only took about 2 and a half hours but it was well worth it..! ...
... walking round amid hat these cowboys. We continued the cycle, again being distracted going for a nosey round a hotels grounds before being kicked off. When we arrived at Banheiro Municipal ..... Which was meant to be stunning, it was very crowded as it was the weekend with children and wasn't as spectacular as expected. But we spent the afternoon there in the sun and having a little swim in the river before cycling home for a big burger and Mr Whippy ice ...
... he managed them easily and found it harder going down because of the height and the drop. The cave itself was pretty disappointing compared to Jenolan and other caves we have visited. However the water was unusual in its really blue colour.
From the cave we travelled back through Bonito, a very small town, to Sao Geraldo Farm on the Sucuri River. It was really hot and Valdir told us it was time for lunch. Again there was an extensive buffet, mostly the same foods we ...
... and run for the fields when it drove past us. Of course. It's just a truck. Breatheeee.
Panic over and back on the main road/track, we kept cycling, stopping only to snap a couple of photos and have a drink of water. We were sure the balneario was juuust around the corner. The next corner. Or...the next corner. It was hitting midday, our water stocks were running low, and we had no idea how long we still had to cycle. It turned out to be about another hour before ...
... in the ground we took the ultimate leap of faith and, taking our feet off the side, we allowed our weight to be held entirely by the harness, hovering over the abyss. That was when the hard part started... as we began to descend into the cave, the walls were at first very claustrophobic, sharp and moist, and we had to be careful not to scrape our skin along the ragged surface. The air was stagnant which made it hard to breathe and ...