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This is another one of those 'needs to be included to appear on the map' entries. Campo Grande is like any other average city so there's not much to say about it. In fact, the number one thing to do there on TripAdvisor is to leave and head out to the Pantanal. It's a nice ...
... past you if you had sun cream on as they liked the smell. Howler monkeys and another specie if monkey which was far more shy. Neither were easy to photo and most climbed further up the trees. Armadillo, very cute, but very shy and I never managed to capture them before they dashed into their burrows. The long nosed creatures again with the striped tails. We saw quite a lot of babies which squeaked up to us and then we had to dash as the mum came down the tree to get rid of ...
... otherwise from some people, so this has been a pleasant surprise. First I will describe some of the people there.
1. There was a typical young Brazilian Couple- They posed like models for every photo, were always kissing and hugging or holding hands, and were dressed to the nines. They were also gorgeous. Really nice people.
2. Two middle aged women from Sao Paulo- They thought they were going to the beach. You can just imagine the clothes that they ...
But I don't see how it's possible. The Pantanal is known for its high population of jaguars and pumas are not uncommon.
No predator will choose a sprinting deer to chase over tapping a lazy cow for a meal.
And what farmer doesn't want revenge on those that kill his means of living?
Protection needs to mean more than just no legal hunting.
There is no sense of wildness here, no feeling of being out in the bush where ...
EN: Pantanal was another place that we decided to visit . And it was definitely the best decision because that was a highlight of our travel. The journey from Rio was again very long. Brazil is really a huge country and distances are equivalent to it here. In one place we crossed the river Paraná over loooong bridge and there a few hours waiting for "something." To this day, I don´t knew why. Probably because the driver spoke to me in Portuguese and I caught every ...
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