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... we left for our trip to the river. We hired a car with a lovely Australian girl Shannon and her Brazilian friend which cost us $R40 each for the day. The Rio de Prata $R132 each was 52km out of Bonito along a bumpy, dirt road. It took an hour to get there and it was located on a private farm which was beautiful. We had to wait until 10am till our tour started, so had some time to walk around and look at all the birds. There was 2 red and blue Macaws ...
... I had to change buses, at which point he told me to stay on the bus as it goes to Campo Grande...oh to have more of the language! I could finally doze off then, but not fully as Campo Grande was not in fact the last stop. Luckily in a snoozy stupor I heard him shout the name (surprisingly), so I woke the girls and we stumbled off to get our luggage. A number of touts were there in a flash, but not too many as it was only 6.30am. I already had my onward ...
... that all tourist attractions in the area have to be pre booked and require a guide and a big lunch seems to be a mandatory part of the deal. It seems that this is the way Brazil creates jobs for as many people as possible. From the falls we continued to Bonito where we are staying in quite a nice resort type hotel with a pool. We spent the rest of the day relaxing, catching up on emails etc and having a light dinner in the hotel. DEREK'S ...
... despite the normal sides of rice, chips, beans and mandioca. We ate our fill (all of it), got an ice cream, and lay down in the shade. Scott spotted a flying fox and had a couple of goes on that while I swam around underneath. There were the same fish swimming around as in the other balneario, and a little walk took us to a deserted part of the river. We lazed around for most of the afternoon before getting back on the bikes and starting the cycle home. It was not fun I tell ...
We left Foz de Iguacu at 10 am to make the day and a half drive to Bonito. We drove all day through the heat and stopped just before sunset at a gas station to ask permission to sleep in the soccer field next door. I had a bad feeling about sleeping in a soccer field in a small Brazilian town but everyone seemed pretty ok with it because there were security guards around the gas station. There were lots of truckers parked for the night hanging out drinking ...