Mabu Thermas Grand Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
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... our long bus journey back to Buenos Aries which they wrapped up securely for take away. The food was nice and we also had a orange and kiwi juice, squeezed fresh and it was absolutely delicious!
Dona Maria Restaurante, Av Cordoba 148 ( located opposite the bus station) has an All You Can Eat Unlimited Buffet on in the evenings. This is a great place for vegetarians and the best selection in town for vegans. There are ...
... not yet check in, so we dropped off our bags and and took a local bus to a nearby animal centre called Guira Ora. Though it acts as a refuge for the rehabilitation and release of injured and mistreated jungle inhabitants our tour felt a lot like we were visiting a zoo. However, the wide selection of indigenous animals was amazing and their cages were both large and clean. We walked past bird enclosures containing various types of toucans, macaws, owls and even ...
... pitch near the hostel. So in the 40 degree heat I put my trainers on and embarrassed my self for 90 minutes. I was just pleased to get through it without having a heart attack!!
The next morning I woke up quite sore and getting down from the the top bunk was a huge effort!. Nonetheless, we packed up our bags and got ready for the next 21 hour bus journey to the coast near Sao Paulo to see Sam and Renato once again.
See you there!!
... wearing on helicopters. It was so much fun and I plan to ride in more helicopters in the future! Silvano also offered to take us to a bird park. After he told us it would take at least an hour and a half inside we said no thank you. It was the end of the day and we were pooped and were not in the mood to get pooped on in the Birdpark! We have a 4 o'clock pick up tomorrow morning for our flight to the Amazon, so we are going to sleep now. thanks for ...
... full, so we stick to conventional class. Which is ok, but we did notice that there is water leaking into the drivers cabin, hmmm. Never mind as long as we don't get wet. The bus drives directly to the Brazil-Argentinian boarder, same one we took a few days back when we went to the Argentinian waterfalls. But the border crossing incredibly takes about two hours, last time it took literally 10 minutes. It seems like they didn’t let a few 'locals’ through for ...