Paiaguas Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... like buildings, with shady spots under Palm tree nooks. A swimming pool. Hurray. After our welcome drink and having been shown our bungalow.a quick change and into a beautifully warm pool. It was blood temperature blissful. We met our guide before our Piranha soup ( yes it was piranha soup a local speciality.) after an excellent meal and chat to fellow guests I was beginning to wilt I have been up 19.5 hours. Seven o clock start tomorrow. Hey ...
... fly out on the same day to the games!
All in all there are about 400 in the Green and Gold Army.
So many of them had just arrived as well completing over 30 hour journeys to get to the first game!!! We are so glad we did not have to do that.
The evening before the game we met about 30 or so in the group and our group leaders.
The celebrity faces of ...
... with his girlfriend zan.When they did get in we all went and sat by the pool all afternoon, which was the perfect way to relax and settle in. We followed this with a trip to the shopping centre to get some dinner. We felt very welcomed, and our first experience with air B&B was off to a flying start. They had 2 young kids, Paulo who was 1 and Pedro, 3, who we played with before going to ...
... and it is often the euphoria of coming out of unknown hazard to tell the tale that makes travel so enjoyable for us all and cements the imagery of that trip for the rest of our lives.
Post lunch,we set off again (no rest for the wounded) and lessons learnt,Tony and Anette came out armed for the job,the pungent smell of mosquito repellent graced the air and not a knobbly knee was in sight! It was very hot at least 33 degrees and paddling slowly on the water in ...
... the wet and the dry.During the dry season the "plug" is slowly pulled out and the Pantanal water level drops not completely but significantly.I find myself here at the end of the wet season and the Pantanal is a shimmering sea filled with submerged trees.in terms of panoramic views this is the best time to see it ,in terms of wildlife it is the worst time as the wildlife is spread over a vast area.The great thing about this time of year too, is that you get to travel by ...