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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... which are usually in the middle of the jungle miles from anything and as it's an Eco centre they make you wash off all your sun cream and Mozi spray so the crystal clear water stays that way. The down side is that I now have been bitten to hell and back by the Mozi's that seem to love my smoke free European blood and I need to have a Bite looked at as its gone ufffff. The afternoon was a slob out were been full I for ...
... hoped for when the oaf handed Tim decided that it was a great idea to wave the laptop over my head whilst I laid relaxing on the bed and it accidentally slipped through his fingers cracking me square on the right eyebrow. I literally saw stars, then cried, and cried and cried. Tim’s face was a picture, I don’t think I have ever seen him look so guilty. He rushed off to the hostel café to get me a cold drink to stop the swelling and watched on as my ...
... black rocks providing further colour to the spectacle. Above the water the trees and bushes hung over the river banks on both sides, sometimes even forming a tunnel in places where the river narrowed. It was like swimming in a scene from a disney film - Jungle Book above the water and the Little Mermaid below. As we drifted along with the gentle current the silence was deafening - we really were out in the middle of nowhere. It was beautiful and peaceful.
At a certain point we ...
... on some seeds and lots of small green parrots. The tour groups take no more than 9 people per session and only 150 people is the limit per day! They seem to monitor everything really well and you are not allowed to wear sunblock or insect repellant in the water. They give you a nice wetsuit and booties as well as a good mask and snorkel, then you have an outside shower before going on to a truck which drives you to the starting point of the walk. ...
I met two English girls, Dulcie and Leona, on the bus to Campo Grande, we were all as lost as each other in terms of where we had to get off etc. I had asked at the start if we had to change and was told yes, at Cascavel about 2am. So I was unable to sleep until then in fear of missing the stop. They don't actually tell you which stop you're at when you pull into stations, so it's a bit of a guessing game. At 1am at one of the pit stops, I asked the driver ...