Ibis Campo Grande
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... though and we had a good day with the English/Oz couple, Darren and KJ, and went to another one of those excellent churrasco places for lunch. It so happened that they were also flying out the next day to Salvador for the Carnival so we arranged to meet on the first night of it. ...
we changed buses and luckily the second bus was far nicer than the first. Had seats that reclined better, the air con was stronger (but that also meant colder!) and a toilet that would actually flush. we were on this bus from 00:01 today (plus the previous days travels of course) and arrived at Campo Grande at 430. (but that is local time which was 1 hour further behind) therefore 25 hours on a bus. TWENTY FIVE!!!!!! strewth. The ...
... day the one woman wore sparkly silver shorts! They were always in clothes that were two sizes too small.... not flattering at all. The one woman took pictures of literally everything. On the drive back, she was annoying the driver by leaning over his shoulder, so he finally pulled over and let her get in the front. It was raining, so she took photos through a windshield covered in rain. She took pictures of every building, sign, animal, blade of grass, you name it. ...
... are in their home. This is just a place where the animals are free to roam (assuming, of course, that they can jump the many fences), guests on borrowed land.
But perhaps this is just in the southern Pantanal where the majority of the tourism seems to be.
Maybe there are less people in the north, but probably not.
I don't mean to make it sound like my tour was a waste of time. I saw a lot of animals and so many ...
... Swim in the river full of Piranhas, Caimans and Anacondas, one does not experience it every day!During our four days stay, we met some great people. Tours take place here every day, so every day new tourists arrive and others leave. There were constantly about 10 tourists in the lodge with us with whom we shared all of our time. All guys were cool and especially evenings were fulfilled by stories and sharing experiences of everybody´s travel in South America. Many of them ...