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... lea triangle of cheese. For desert a very vanillery sponge with chocolate. Yummmmm. How glad am I that I ate before the flight. Arrived in Cuiaba to be met by our driver who then informed us we had a two hour plus drive to Posada do Rio Mutum, had we been to the loo, had we enough water? I felt like I was on a school trip........as a pupil. Two hours twenty mins later we arrived at the end of a red dirt road to be met with a series of ...
... You cannot escape it even if you wanted to.
The next day we officially began our World Cup Tour. We are part of the official support group of the Socceroos, The GREEN AND GOLD ARMY!
There are several other Australian tour groups following as well such as the Fanatics.
Our group was spread out over 4 hotels in Cuiaba and 1 group is based in Rio who fly ...
... Portuguese so google translate helped make the car ride interesting. Although he understood a bit of Spanish, we couldn't understand his Portuguese responses. When we arrived at his place, which was a nice apartment inside a huge apartment complex, his wife Bia, who speaks english, had prepared us a huge brekky and gave us everything we needed to settle in. We napped until my friend tom from ...
... is the point I was trying to make earlier and it unfolded right before my eyes and I have seen this type of scenario many times before. However we did reach the end of the trail and after much apologies from Anette and Tony,they were soon back in high spirits and for them they had had an adventure to remember and as I said in a previous chapter,happiness is not achieved without pain.The notion of travel has always been and will always be about going into known or ...
... prevalent in most sports drinks around the world which Indian tribes have known for centuries,give vitality.
These trees form the backbone of the Pantanal and in turn they support the secondary vegetation.Their discarded foliage forms the vital thin topsoil necessary to keep the wheel turning .It is this relationship between weather,soil,location,vegetation and water that's sustains the myriad of wildlife that live feed and breed in the Pantanal.
There are ...
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