- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
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... so did not encourage it. While it was lovely having a private guide for the trip, we did feel it made things a bit claustrophobic as he was always with us and always speaking for us so we had little chance to interact with the locals.
We asked Valdir to give us a quick tour of the city before dropping us at our hotel and saying our farewells and thanks to him and Gabriel. Thankfully Gabriel was a very good driver and we had felt very safe ...
... under the stars, a great idea until a motorbike came along shining its lights in our faces at 3am and stopped right by our sleeping spot. As we don't speak Portugese and were reluctant to play charades at such an hour, we slowly slid further into our sleeping bags and played dead. Simple plan yet effective. Phew! It must be quite strange for a local coming across a massive yellow truck parked on the side of a dirt road with a bunch of gringos camping next to ...
... and trying to get tips for the next part of our journey. When we got to the lodge, it was like a little oasis. Thatched roofs gave way to hammock areas, drinks area, a pool and various sports areas. The rooms were great too! Staying at Santa Clara was care free, we just had to do our activities each morning and afternoon and they would stuff us full of food. The meals were all buffet style and so we all ate as a big family, always over doing it! The diet ...
We stayed in Campo Grande to break up our journey to Bolivia. Pretty miserable place, it just rained and after waiting all day for an all you can eat meat buffet we were devastated to find out restaurants close at night !!! Not much more to say other then the hotel was nice and a welcome break from hostels, was just a shame we had a 5am start for the border crossing.
We left John of God today and flew to Campo Grande in Western Brazil. Tomorrow we are going on a 3 day wildlife tour in the Pantanal. The Pantanal is the worlds largest wetland and is 20 time larger then the Everglades in Florida. It is home to nearly 700 species of birds, 100 species of mammals, 200 species of reptiles, and over 260 species of fish. After our three day tour we go to Bonito in other location ...