Novotel Campo Grande
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Campo Grande
... thought I did as I'm now in change of bags Had nothing of value so not concerned and the staff said they would pick it up when they went back in the arvo. We had lunch at 1130 and slammed down so much food this time we were feeling ill. We decided to spend our few free hours walking the car trail where we go on safari to try spot some animals without the noise of the car or the other noisy group members. We walked up and back for a few km and were pretty wrecked after doing near 6.5km. ...
... park for a few hours in the midday sun (first mistake) without any water (second mistake) or any idea where we were going (third mistake). By the time we found a shop selling water I felt like we were wandering in from the edge of the Sahara, wide-eyed and covered in dirt (of course we weren't, but we sure drank that water quickly). - One thing about Campo Grande is that it's hot. Really hot! Although we are visiting in winter, the mercury has hovered around 30 degrees ...
... br> We were fortunate to encounter plenty of wildlife including eejit bird, stork, kingfisher, toucan, cormorant, nightbird, heron, macaw, bat, capybara (the world's largest rodent), black howler monkey, emu, caiman, armadillo, river otter and coati (also seen in Iguazu).
It was a brilliant 3 days in a most tranquil and green setting.
Onward night bus to Sao Paulo, 14 hours.
... time safari where we saw more animals, many I didn't manage to capture as they are just too quick! We spent 3 nights at Santa Clara and then made our way to Corumba which is where we will cross the border into Bolivia and where the Spanish part of the adventure begins! Accommodation: Apart from the Art Deco asylum the accomodation was all at Santa Clara which was fabulous! Food: Buffet style which changed at each meal time. Obviously my piranha was the best ...
But I don't see how it's possible. The Pantanal is known for its high population of jaguars and pumas are not uncommon.
No predator will choose a sprinting deer to chase over tapping a lazy cow for a meal.
And what farmer doesn't want revenge on those that kill his means of living?
Protection needs to mean more than just no legal hunting.
There is no sense of wildness here, no feeling of being out in the bush where ...