Hotel Vale Verde
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... awesome. Apparently it was, but Leesh was concerned for her safety as the horses were really running and one of the guys still mucking around almost came off his mount. Paolo was off in pursuit, caught up and stopped the group. He gave us a massive lecture about controlling the horses etc as injuries occur. The people on the group with half a brain understood it, a few it was too hard to understand horse are beasts and stronger than you can imagine unless you have experience. I ...
... apparently nobody knows how to use the buses here). We've also been to a few family parties, where barbequed meat is abundant (as are caiprinhas and beer) and where we once happened across a very drunk, *******, drooling man lying on the sofa watching the telly. He turned out to be a political candidate for the local elections! Despite his looking very smart and sincere on the posters and leaflets that are plastered across town, I can't help but get a faint whiff of ...
... animals cluster. This seasonal flooding, whilst severely limiting human occupation of the area, provides an enormously rich feeding ground for wildlife.
We spent 3 days at a picturesque ecotourism lodge on the banks of the Rio Miranda to explore the southern Pantanal region. Activities included a sunset boat safari, a jeep safari, trekking through the wetland forest and canoeing. On ...
... later that day as we were walking through the jungle that we got attacked by wasps. Adam was the first victim, but as he waves anything away with such alarm, no one paid attention. It wasn't until Alex and Anna started bouncing around that the guide shouted for us to run. As we ran I got stung through my shirt on my back. It really was quite something, firstly to get through my clothes, but the pain felt as if it was sitting there gnawing my side. Tom had to use ...
... said the name of the town like we were supposed to know where that was. He was great at spotting wildlife!
4. Masumi- A girl from Japan who is traveling for a year too. Took lots of pictures, had all the best technology, and giggled a lot. Really great.
I wonder if I came off as a stereotypical Canadian to all of them?!
Now the animals. The Pantanal has the largest population of birds anywhere on earth. We saw too many to name, but they ...