Travel Blogs from Cuiaba
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On the way back down the Transpantaneira we made the best sighting of the day... a lone Capybara. If you don't know what that is. Think giant, killer Gerbil. Or Luis Suarez.
Overall, not the most amazing nature watching ever. One day doesn't even cover one percent of the Pantanal so I had set my expectations in line with the reasonable price and wasn't dissappointed. That night we ate Rodizio Pizza, (like Preto but with slices of Pizza instead of meat), ...
... states she wont be eating it. Ryan appalled when some fanatics decide to start playing AFL . 1500 fanatics in total are at the venue by the time Netherlands take on Spain. Cirsty learns that she is going to have to watch every game of soccer played. She is not over the moon about this. No one moves during the game apart from when they need to go to the bar. Cirsty has her first Brazilian made Caprihina. She is amazed that it is just made on sugar and ...
... Aussie songs as possible. And of course watched the first 2 games of that day all huddled around 2 TVs. This was all to the amusement of the Brazilian military families.
Then the music stopped and local Brazilian drummers, trumpeters and dancers arrived to Samba with the Aussies.
And then they led us on our march out of the ...
... guarding its nest,get too close and the bloody thing will have your ear off and your eyes out,a vicsious calculating assassin.
If you like your birds little and cute with big hug me black eyes and downy brown feathers then the "Rufus hornero" is your cup of tea,the type of bird your mum or your girlfriend goes "ahhhh" at and the type little kids poke sticks at.
Like your birds multi colored? the "black fronted nun bird" may be a good purchase.He doesn't show off ...
... over 1 hour outside of Cuiaba we entered into the Pantanal and my jaw dropped and I could not comprehend the sight that i saw.Stretching as far as the eye could see was an enormous skied panorama of swampland,millions of reflective mirrors beaming the clouds faces back into the sky.Submerged trees making you question whether trees grew on land or did they grow on water? Above you,birds circled,swooped,dived moved in graceful slow motion adding motion to this spectacular ...
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Rua Presidente Arthur Bernardes, 64, Cuiaba | 4 star hotelfrom $75
Av. Isaac Povoas, 1000, Cuiaba | 4 star hotelfrom $97
Avenida Historiador Rubens de Mendonca, 1718, Cuiaba | 3 star hotelfrom $108
Rua Joaquim Murtinho 170, Cuiaba | Hotelfrom $80
Avenida Miguel sutil No 5555, Cuiaba | Hotelfrom $86
Av. Fernando Correa da Costa 93, Cuiaba | 3 star hotelfrom $85
Av. Miguel Sutil 2050 , Cuiaba | 3 star hotelfrom $120