Mercure Sete De Setembro
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If wasn't easy to leave all of our friends and family in Brazil. We had so many good farewell parties. This was our last party at the Belino's house. Thanks Team Kenny for putting this together for us!! We will miss all of you, but don't worry, we will be ...
... position. Aussie bystanders are screaming for them to let us go. People have their phone cameras, trying to capture the madness. I manage to flip my security guard onto the ground and wrestle each other, before more security come to help. They drag us down the stairs and my good watch is ripped off my wrist. As I turn up the stairs to grab the watch, a kind security guard picks it up an hands it to me, whilst I'm still being dragged down the stairs. I get taken up into a room ...
... meant getting around was pretty easy to navigate with the map. (That's me with the map, not Chris!) It was a little disappointing though. There's nothing particularly amazing, or must-see. The highlight was the big, guinea pig, dog creatures we saw at the city Parque called caipibarras. (I have no idea how to spell that and no internet connection to google and check but I've uploaded photos of them.) When we got back to the hostel at 630 Chris ...
After our short flight from Sao Paulo to Campu Grande we now faced nearly a day travel by road to the Pantanal for Safari. We went with a tour operator called Santaclara and stayed at the lodges on a small farm in the middle of the Jungle. The Pantanal is the wetlands and has a high concentration of wild life including the elusive Jaguar.
Seeing the Jaguar ...
... lives just a few doors down from James, the ultra-popular bar where he is a resident DJ. It was clear I was in for some great partying over the coming days and it got underway with no further ado. James (named after the Manchester band of the same name) had undergone another expansion since my previous visit and has become the place to be for the young and also the not so straight. Quite a contrast to the small bar I had first visited with a soundtrack of indie ...