Hotel Santa Paula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... expensive bus trip there to find nothing running or
Next place worthy of a stop is Sao Sebastiao & Ilhabela
but both are 90% full and overpriced, so this too will be a risk, but given the
climate seems to be much better in the North, need to head that way sharpish.
Sao Sebastiao in SP (Sao ...
... tucked in behind the endless mangroves. There were more plastic bottles than birds though a few flamingos did fly by and 3 small groups of dolphins were visible in the far distance.
Decided to disembark in Brasilia first as the tide was coming in and access to the fort would soon be difficult. I was a pleasant 3km walk along the beach then knee high through a small stream and over the rocks to the fort. Quite well preserved and worth ...
... an hour later and his thumb was blue! Don't worry Mum it’ll wear off (although I don’t think Spencer wants it too! We walked back to the Lodge to relax and have lunch and then in the afternoon we took a boat trip. The Boat trip is from the dock of the Pousada in a long thin dinghy. We headed out through the spread of water hyacinths that lined the shores via the Cuiaba river to Lake Santa Maria Rosa. The Pantanal floods ...
early start. 6am breakfast (which means 530am to shower and get ready for breakfast) and then 7am leave for a boat trip. goodness. already so tired and the bus journey has just caught up with me and I feel horrendously ill, have a sore throat, feel achey, tired, a headache, everything hurt. :( not a happy chicken. The boat trip probably got going at about 730, and already it is a baking hot day with temperatures already at least 24C! Here is a list of the animal we saw, we didnt ...
... our first lodge. Arrived just in time for our buffet lunch and then checked into our rooms, quite exciting to have a bed after 5 days in a tent. At 3 went on a walk, saw lots of birds including toucans, storks, rhea, macaws, plus lots more I've already forgotten the name of. We saw strangler fig trees that climb up other trees and kill them and also marmosets one of the smallest monkeys. Went past some water which had a number of caiman in and at the ...