Hotel Pousada Bonsai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... demo downed a wet suit and headed to the rover to collectively row up river, we then proceed to float done the river arriving at the starting point at 5 We returned to town at just 6, we then headed to a training centre to do some training to do the Abismo Anhumas tour (just go and look at the web site) http://destinationxploration.com/bonito -brazil-adventure-tour-abismo-anhumas/ It's not ...
... town is completely controlled and there is a fixed price for every tour so there is much less chance of getting ripped off which is a treat. The other great thing about this town is that there are strict policies on numbers for the various snorkelling tours which ensures that the rivers are not overcrowded and the sediment is not stirred up which is great. What we didn't take into account however was that we were visiting the week before the start of high season ...
... garruously at the mention of Futebol. The topic is a fantastic conversational ice-breaker. In my broken conversations with portugese-only speaking taxi drivers in Rio I'd learnt that Flamengo is great and the national team is bad (they all passionately maintain that the team should attack more. I'm not too sure about that. Seems to me that after their 7-1 drubbing by the Germans in the World Cup shouldn't they work on their defense?). Despite good relations with their ...
... it wasn't quite so clear as that due to the storm. However, the sights there were still amazing as the river is full of fish! We also saw a caiman from underwater and monkeys in the trees overhead. There are also underwater springs, so you could see and feel the fresh water joining the rest of the water in the river. One was a big vertical cave, and the other three were patches of bubbling sand, one of which you are allowed to dive down and touch, which Ken ...
... of English but she was so lovely! We got our helmets on and walked to the beginning of the cave. There are lots of natural rock steps to get down into the cave and we passed a big group on our way down. Once we got further into the cave we realised how blue the water actually was. We have seen many pictures, so it was unreal to see it looking exactly like them. Ryan went *********** ...