Hotel Vale Verde
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Campo Grande
... as all he did was drive. Made us wonder whether we were getting this level of attention as no-one else had booked, or whether it was meant to be like this, and how much did it cost!
I personally was glad to see the back of the Pantanal. I would advise anyone thinking of going there to do very very careful research, as I felt it was quite frankly a major disappointment. The temperatures couldn't be helped, but the rest of it was over hyped.
... birds and of course Caiman, we watched sunset and returned in the dark where with a flashlight we picked out Caiman on the waters edge ready to hunt.
The rest of the trip consisted of early morning jeep safari, walk in the jungle, swim/float down the river (in piranha/caiman infested waters, where Chris also saw a snake just after we got out) fishing and canoe. An action packed 3 days. We saw loads but unfortunately not a jaguar :-( but it was still a great ...
... managed to catch 8! Everyone else caught 2 - 4. I was willing to go closest to the caiman to fish, which I think helped. The bigger piranhas we caught got served to us for dinner that night and are surprisingly yummy! On the Saturday we did a walking trek where Tom showed us animals, but most importantly what the jungle does for the animals. The many different types of plants which can help with indigestion by chewing the bark, create a natural soap from rubbing ...
... the supermarket on the way home for some milk and cereal to save on the costly hotel breakfast.It was good to see the garage next door also had a nice outdoor seating area where you can dine out and get booze.There was also a bar in the shopping mall.Maybe the liscensing authorities at home should take note but im not sure either the police or women folk would take kindly to such ideas.So we stopped at a bar on the way home which itself was only 50 ...
After a whole night in a bus from Santa Cruz de la Sierra where Izide
and me met Tito, a brazilian who studiyng medicine in close to Santa
Cruz and lives in Campo Grande, the three of us took the next bus
another 6 hours to Campo Grande where Izide went straight on to her next
destination and I went with Tito to stay with in in the house of his
grandma. The day there was nice and the time with Tito was real ...