Hotel Pousada Bonsai
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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There are football fields everywhere, in every town, village and city, almost all in various states of disrepair but all used with a fanatic passion. There were even two mini football fields ingeniously propped in between the ramshackle houses on the impossibly steep hillside of the favela that we had visited in Rio. Football is life to a Brasilian - even the most taciturn Brasilian (of which there are not many given the Brasilian cheerful and outgoing disposition) will ...
... tried to get back to sleep. Giving up on the hope of sleep I started to reflect back on our holiday so far. We'd been in Brasil for not quite a week but we'd done and seen so much and had had such a good time that it felt like we'd been on holiday forever. Brasil had well over exceeded our expectations with everything we'd seen and done, its fantastic weather, good food (and Caipirinhas!) and the warm and friendly people that we'd met. The family from ...
... 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..! ...
... spoken, and why should they? The only time it bothered me was when he was explaining the use of the snorkel and dangers in the water. He barely acknowledged us for that, but the other guests must have seen our faces and explained to us what he had said. I've realised previously that for some reason I have a bigger fear of snorkelling than scuba-diving. It doesn't really make sense, but there you go. So I really wanted to get proper instruction. Anyway, ...
... underwater vegetation. It was so peaceful and there were also a few monkeys in the trees as we floated down the river which Derek got a good look at but I missed as I had my head in the water. No anacondas however, which was a bit disappointing as they can be seen occasionally. The whole trip took about 40 minutes, covering nearly 2 kms. Did not see too many varieties of fish but the ones we did see were mostly quite big fish that came up very close. I found the trip really ...