Ibis Campo Grande
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... not impressed as Leesh may have been hurt from their stupidity but having the reigns on me for so long, a horse is easy for her now. The sun came and went and after 3-3.5 hours we ended up back at the ranch. By the end I did manage to get a few nudges of run out of my horse so wasn't told bad, but we both expected to see more animals out there. We got back to the pousada at around 1100 and realised we left our bag at the ranch. Amateur hour here by me. I thought Leesh had grabbed it ...
... we pass one. It doesn't help that Ricardo has one stuck to his car window.
Aside from barbeques and ******* old men, we have tried our best to take this little city and wring it of everything interesting. The city has one main avenue, Alfonso Pena, which runs from one end to the other. Or rather, from one end to the beginning of a huge park which continues on until the city suburbs. The park, Parque dos Poderes, is enormous and very empty. We wandered ...
... morning we unsuccessfully fished for piranhas which gave us the confidence to participate in the final activity, 'river floatation'. This is as obvious as it sounds - jump in with an optional polystyrene noodle (your floatation device!), lay back and let the current take you downstream. We put the numerous caimans that we had previously sighted on the boat safari to the back of our ...
... to try dissipate the poison from the bite, which wasn't the most pleasant experience. Alex and Anna ran the opposite direction to us all, so once we found then we had four stings in total. Adams was on the back of his neck, Alex on his head and Anna on the hand. Alex unfortunately lost his sunglasses in the mad dash to escape the swarm, so we hope to see some cool monkeys in years to come. Our group made our way back to the jeep after that and we then had a bit of ...
... by (I assume Bolivian/Brazilian residents don't need stamps).
After I got my exit stamp I walked about 300 metres to Bolivia only to find that the office had closed for the day at noon.
I had already booked and paid for the bus to Santa Cruz so I wasn't about to spend the night in this minuscule border town.
On a side note, many tour operators will wait at bus stations for tourists and offer trips and places to stay and ...