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... the road had a bunch of potholes and rugged from the rain, it was a great way to see the countryside. Once we got on the main road we had to come down but it was a ton of fun, nonetheless. Some of us got off in town and headed to a different pastel place the yesterday. This time I had a chicken and cheese one. It was super tasty but definitely full of grease. It was them a twenty minute walk back to the hostel where some of us hung out for the ...
... hot. In the evening we headed into town for dinner. Perhaps because it was only around 18:30 but there were very few places open. Finally we found a place and I settled for a burger and an amazing pineapple mint drink. As I walked back to the hostel, many people were sitting outside their houses enjoying the cooler air. It seems like the social thing to do in the ...
... close and in the middle of the town. We went with the group out
for dinner to an exotic meats restaurant. The guide claims that at the moment
this is the only place in Brazil that sells caiman. We decided to order a dish
of fried caiman between us as the food here is very expensive. The meat tasted
just the same as fish and with a salad and drinks the bill was equivalent to
$70 which made this our dearest meal on this whole holiday.
... br> The following day I went on a snorkeling river trip. I was happy to see Luke I met on the Pantanal on the same trip. The snorkeling was amazing. The water was so clear and you just had to steer yourself down the river. I met Luke later on for a few drinks at his hostel. The crazy old hostel lady made the strongest caipirinhas ever so it ended up a messy night.
On my last day I rented a bike to go down to ...
So...Bonito. We knew there would be a 'come-down' after the falls, and Bonito was it. Don't get us wrong the place was ok but after the falls it seemed poor. The hotel was 'rustic' and upon arrival we had to change rooms as our original room had an ant infestation.
With no time to rest, wash or dwell in our new surroundings we were out again to visit 'blue lagoon cave'. A limestone cave with stalactites and stalagmites with a lake that ...