Hotel Santa Paula
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
We then had a horror run of travelling on a boat, 2 long haul buses and then arrived in Paranagua tired and hungry to find out we missed the last boat to Ilha do Mel! We had to stay one night in a mice infested hotel while enduring a huge storm and no electricity. Chasing mice out of our hotel room in the dark is a memory we can laugh at now.....not so funny at the time! Needless to say not ...
... unfortunately Vikki didn't but still had a great time trying. We headed back for a delicious dinner before heading to bed in beautiful air conditioned dorm rooms looking forward to our next day's activities. In the morning we did a boat ride down one of the rivers where we got to see loads of birds and Cayman as well as some lizards. The highlight had to be our first sighting of a capybara which is the largest rodent in the world and ...
... into the tiny puttering boat - this time our luggage is all on a separate boat. When the man told me to take off my bag for the boat he near ripped it off my back!! I almost fell into the water the crazy guy! We all climb into the jeep - 10 of us squeezed in the back of it and drive for about 1 hour. On the way we saw an anaconda crossing the road. An actual ANACONDA!!! It was 10 years old and about 1.8m long. It was amazing to see it cross the road as head into the nearby water. ...
... so beautiful! We climb onto shore (luckily they had some wooden planks to stand on) and we get shown our room.
We were supposed to be in a dorm but got a private room which was a nice surprise. Another nice surprise was the array of splatted mosquito´s that plastered the walls. We spent the first 5 minutes clapping any we saw flying around!! but, we had air con, a toilet that flushed, windows with mosquito nets and a shower (with bugs...but ...