Marrua Hotel

Rua Joana Sorta, 1173, Bonito, State of Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bonito

Days 124-127: Foz de Iguacu to Bonito

A travel blog entry by rjcannin


... farm enjoying a huge Brazilian buffet and resting in the hammocks while we watched the horses in the fields and the sheep run around us like dogs. Our final night at our hostel we made a huge bowl of caipirinhas for the legless charity. I always like to drink the local drinks while I travel, but after 3 caipirinhas you start to feel your insides burning from the large quantity of fresh limes. I think I'll stick to Brazil's beer for the remainder of our time ...

A float through a tropical fish tank

A travel blog entry by maddieuk

... used to it in the end, but every
time a bit of tree or weed touched his leg I thought he was going to have a
heart attack!

We saw some beautiful fish, it was just like floating
through a tropical fish tank. There are meant to be 40 species here, but we
didn’t see anything near that amount, and no anaconda which was a relief and a
shame at the same time! I recognised some of the small brightly coloured ...

Day 23 - Bonito & A Trip to Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by kittysheeran


... leap but only managed to bend my knees and lean forward a little. I couldn't do it!! It was so high...then I just stepped off, hands flapping like a baby bird trying to fly, and then I'm still falling! I scream louder and then BAM hit the water...bit my lip from the impact (and because my mouth was open and screaming), bikini top came whooshing off. I felt like if just been attacked! But I did it! It was a lovely day and some amazing waterfalls, it's just a shame I felt so ...

What's that smell?

A travel blog entry by ggd1g08

... is working out great so far! =) We went to Parati on the first day, which is a STUNNING little seaside town. So beautiful. I spent the afternoon walking round the town, with it's little cobbled streets and Mediterranean looking houses. The carnival atmosphere was still going on there too, there was bunting EVERYWHERE, little paper mâché figures floating in the sky and streets amass with people into the evening. Cute. The following day I went to the Trindado NP, which is ...

Bonito, cave tour

A travel blog entry by mattandelisha

At the hostel they had basic breakfast, breads, cake and fruit. Last night we went to the shop and got muesli and some milk so we ate that. Our tour this morning was to visit two caves. They were called San Miguel and Grato Lago Azul. Both were limestone caves under the ground with many cone like formations from the floor and hanging from above. First we went to San Miguel cave. It was about 30 minutes from Bonito down a dirt road. We watched a little video explaining the cave, ...

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This 3 star hotel is located on Rua Joana Sorta, 1173, Bonito.
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