Hotel Santa Paula
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... you". Let's hope I will be able to learn a few phrases over the next couple of weeks. And like in Argentina, hardly anybody speaks English :-(. I am looking forward to meet Renata, the Biogen Idec HR Lead in Sao Paulo this weekend and Claude, a friend from Switzerland next week in Rio de Janeiro. And of course I am excited to redeem my farewell gift, a tandem hang glide ride from the 510m-high Pedra Bonita ...
... to it and there were some nice views of the beaches. There were also a lot of huge ships importing and exporting. I'm not exactly sure where too, but it is apparently the coast where a lot of it goes on. I'll find out more about that. I thought of Harry and George, they would have liked the huge ships. Anyway by this point it was about 2.30 so we went back to catch the boat. It was also getting very cloudy. We got back to the hostel and I cooked some spaghetti for lunch. By ...
After a cold night bus we arrived at the border early and had to wait an hour for it to open. Three hours later we had finally got through both sides of the border and were on our way to our accommodation, another three and a half hours away. When we arrived at our farm lodging we were very happy to not be travelling again for a couple of days. That afternoon Scott ...
... more, and more...we stop to look at a Jaribou stork. That was incredible. It's te second largest stork in the world (#1 is the Maribou stork in Africa) has a 2m wingspan and can grow up to 240cm tall. It's best looks like it should be made for a Pterodactyl. I was also surprised to learn they could fly as they just look too large to get off the ground! On we walk some more through hot sandy paths, through the gaps in a wire fence (apparently this is ok as we our guide had us do this ...
... wetlands and covers around 210,000 sq km and has over 650 species of birds and 80 mammal species. Dry season is July to Dec and according to the Lonely Planet at this time 'the wildlife spotting opportunities are nothing short of spectacular' as the animals concentrate around limited water sources so I was pretty excited by all the thought of all the amazing animals I was going to see here. Unfortunately although mozzies seem to find me everywhere I go, ...