Novotel Campo Grande
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... we pass one. It doesn't help that Ricardo has one stuck to his car window.
Aside from barbeques and ******* old men, we have tried our best to take this little city and wring it of everything interesting. The city has one main avenue, Alfonso Pena, which runs from one end to the other. Or rather, from one end to the beginning of a huge park which continues on until the city suburbs. The park, Parque dos Poderes, is enormous and very empty. We wandered around ...
... a main hub). Most people wouldn't come to Coxim, but given it's on the eastern edge, it was more accessible in the wet season. It just meant I probably wouldn't see felines or anacondas (I'm more than happy not to see snakes ). Spent a day swimming in local rivers and waterfalls (hoping there were no piranhas), then went to a local St Sebastian party and when the daily thunderstorm rolled in, spent the afternoon in a small farmers house, playing dominoes with their ...
... it a little late considering it is carnaval time. There was a big supermarket called Santos across from the bus station. We went in and got fresh wholemeal rolls, avocado, tomatoes and other snacks. On the way back to the hostel we got a BBQ chicken too, so for dinner tonight, lunch and dinner tomorrow we had chicken salad rolls they were so nice. For the rest of the night we just chilled at the hostel, did some emailing and I had a couple beers with the ...
... wooden bridges) in a rickety truck spotting caimen, deer, hawks, armadillos, otters, heron, vultures, spoonbills and many other wonderful creatures. We also went out on their boat for some beautiful trips along the river, which is home to many families of copybaras, caimen and lots of birdlife. We did some piranha fishing too (my second time after trying this in Bolivia) and managed to catch several of the clever little things..and then ate them for dinner!
We hopped back in ...
... backpackers probably living on less than you are! He tells Craig that the camp he stayed at last time no longer exists as they have moved to a much better campsite, he says he will also throw in a night at the luxury lodge they have just purchased. I am still thinking we should go to the Santa Clara place to make sure. He promises that we will have horse riding, swimming, fishing, boat rides - the lot! all of which is ...