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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the shower only gave cold water. Luckily we only moved next door, where the shower proved to be too hot. There's no pleasing some people.
On Friday 13th, we finally managed to pay for the rest of our tour, and we got some washing done in the most expensive washing place. Don't get your washing done in Bonito. We then went to Buraco das Araras, and on the way we saw a baby Armadillo running around in the road! Buraco das Araras is a sinkhole, at the ...
... From our snack stop, we biked to a supermarket and bought some food for dinner. Then we finished the last bit back to the hostel which of course was another hill. My legs were definitely sore by the time I got back. I decided a quick swim before dinner was a nice way to conclude my day of exercise. Despite the heat in the dorm rooms, I hoping with all the exercise I'll sleep well ...
... day, just eating and vegetating. It may have been more of a successful rest day if our Aussie travel buddies didn't have a room infested with bed bugs! We've spent the best part of our morning itching and showering repeatedly...Figuring out if they're going to infest everything along the way. All in all, a trying couple of days. The Pantanal is looking to be stunning though - we need it to ...
... the rope with your hands, bringing your knees up in the squatting position whilst being poised in the air, before pushing back down with the legs to move you up the rope. More importantly than this we learnt you must always wear underwear- one lesson a certain German man will never forget after he ripped his trousers along his crouch seam whilst also going commando, revealing his entire backside to everyone. This was not the ...
... and catfish on offer, plus they had live Brazilian music.
Day 2 we went snorkling on a Ranch down a river called Rio Da Prata. Owing to the enormous quantity of limestone in the ground, the water of these rivers passes through a real natural filter where impurities are deposited at the bottom of the river bed, leaving the rivers to be some of the clearest and most transparent in the world. A number of fish and ...