Hotel Pousada Bonsai
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... river and right away you could notice the approximate five degree lower temperature. The second river was deeper and also didn't have good visibility so we just basically floated on our backs down it. On the way back to Bonito, since it was a dirt road for part of it, it we were allowed to sit on the roof seats on the truck. There was only room for eight of us but I was one of the lucky people that got to go up today. Although we bumped around a ...
... were making a bunch of noise taking down the tents. Thus we all ended up getting up, packing, and were on the road 35 minutes earlier than planned. We arrived in Bonito around 11:15. We sorted ourselves out and then had the pasta salad that my group prepared last night. After that, most of us basically spent the day lounging around the pool at the hostel because it ...
... as common here as in Australia. Arriving
at Bonito in the early afternoon we checked into our hotel which fortunately is
air-conditioned to escape the oppressive heat. We were taken for an orientation
tour of the town which seemed to be basically one main street of t-shirt and
ice cream shops. On our way back via the local supermarket we saw a large Toucan
preening itself in a tree. We were pretty surprised to see one still for so
... no injuries. We did get to see a Jabiru and some Macaws. Unfortunately again no Jaguar (speaking to other people who have been to the Pantanal whilst travelling, noone has seen the Jaguar). That was the last activity of the tour so I got a bus down to Bonito. I checked into to the hostel and chilled out for the evening.
The next day it rained all day so it was an admin day.... Thats all Ive gotta say about ...
The bus journey turned out to only be 10 and a half hours, but that was long enough. When we got out (about half 6) I had to check the wheels weren't square... it was that bumpy. On 3 occasions during the night we were stopped by armed police. The first one freaked me out as I was half asleep to be woken by the door flying open, the lights coming on and a man stood there with a machine gun. After that being stopped by people with guns became almost routine (life ...