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... spoken, and why should they? The only time it bothered me was when he was explaining the use of the snorkel and dangers in the water. He barely acknowledged us for that, but the other guests must have seen our faces and explained to us what he had said. I've realised previously that for some reason I have a bigger fear of snorkelling than scuba-diving. It doesn't really make sense, but there you go. So I really wanted to get proper instruction. Anyway, ...
... good for the legs. Over the next three or four hours we saw eight more waterfalls, and swam in three more. As the day progressed, the water also got warmer so that by the last swim it wasn't too freezing! All of the falls were beautiful, but the last one stood out from all others. A wooden platform across the river allowed you to enter the water, grab onto a rope and pull yourself through a cave tunnel and into a sinkhole. Water was crashing down everywhere, from above the ...
... a few plane rides, I arrived in Campo Grande. With no accommodation booked and no available internet I just had to hope the first hostel in my Lonely Planet book had spaces which luckily it did. I had an early night which was needed after La Paz.
The next day I managed to book on a 3 day Pantanal tour where I met Jane. After a long drive to the resort we were shown the accommodation on a boat and then went on ...
... the cave pretty awesome! As you descend you get less light and start to see the lake getting brighter. It may not be the best choice for claustrophobic people. Our last day we spent snorkeling in Rio da Prata which means river of silver. We drove an hour and a half to reach a beautiful farm which is the base for snorkeling. The guides pick up 8 snorkelers at a time and load them into the back of a truck for a 20 minute drive through the fields followed by ...
... to handle. The bus company were really helpful and gave us a refund of the second bus ticket and told us a company to talk to who had a bus leaving in 10minutes!! So we all frantically got our refunds and bought our next tickets, because after that the next bus was 00:00am! This bus we also had to then change at Cas Cavelle which translated as the lizard or something like that. There we changed again for our final bus but this will be tomorrow's entry ...