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... staying elsewhere in Bonito. We checked into our place, found the supermarket across the road, and Jayna went for a dip in the pousada's swimming pool, while Ken drank beer at the side.
On Thursday 12th we were picked up by our tour guide, Andre, and our driver. We'd expected to be looked after but having a personal tour guide and driver was unexpected! Our first stop was the Gruta Sao Miguel, a cave in the limestone rock with lots of formations. ...
... the town but we did stop to take a picture of the fish statue in the town square. After lunch, we biked the seven kilometres from Bonito to a place where we went through a Canopy Tour. It was a circuit with 18 different obstacles and two zip lines. I'm not a huge fan of heights and despite being four to fifteen metres above the group through the course, it didn't phase me at all. ...
Have had a random couple of days! Crossed back into Brazil from Paraguay. Long bus journey again. The bus was super comfortable - the best we've been in. But it stopped every few metres, dropping and picking people up. At one point, we had almost 20 people standing on the top deck, along the stairs and some doubling up on seats! (thankfully not ours!) Eventually got to Ponta Puera, ...
... and waterfall but due to the recent rain it was closed from flooding. I chilled for the rest of the day and got a coach to Campo Grande and had to do an airport stay waiting for an early flight in the morning. Airport stays are not nice but when the next stop you get to fulfill a dream its easy to do. The next stop was Manaus and the start of the World Cup.
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... dark blue at the bottom. It was fairly impressive but the tour took longer than it needed and there was a lot of waiting around for others to ascend or descend into the cave. Unfortunately the tour was in Portuguese and our Intrepid tour guide seemed unable to translate, so that left James to interpret for us, based on his limited geological knowledge of how limestone caves form. After the cave trip the rest of the day was given over to sleep and pottering ...