Hotel Pousada Aguas de Bonito
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Brasil is the leading producer of orange juice, coffee and sugar. It is backwards is a lot of ways with an enormous ever widening gap between the rich and the poor and corruption is rife. But it is forward in other ways, curiously being one of the world leaders in aeroplane production. It also has a rich cultural heritage, particularly in the worlds of dance and music - think Bossa Nova, Samba and Carnival. And of course there is football, a game that the Brasilians have ...
... the choice of dying of asphyxiation or opening the window and waking everyone up with the noise of the traffic on Campo Grande's main thoroughfare right outside or turning on the airco and instantly freezing Dominque into an ice statue as her bed lay directly under the seemingly non adjustable powerful blast of freezing air that it rattled out. I opted to offer up Do for the greater good and secure in the knowledge that I'd saved at least 3/4 of the family ...
... of English but she was so lovely! We got our helmets on and walked to the beginning of the cave. There are lots of natural rock steps to get down into the cave and we passed a big group on our way down. Once we got further into the cave we realised how blue the water actually was. We have seen many pictures, so it was unreal to see it looking exactly like them. Ryan went *********** ...
... into the water first and I followed and then Derek. He started off ok but then unfortunately panicked a bit, made worse by the fact he was not supposed to put his feet down. As a result he had to get in the boat with the guide and do the rest of the trip in the boat.
The trip downstream was quite magical. The water was unbelievably clear. It was also very shallow and we just drifted down the river with very little effort, enjoying watching the fish swim towards us and ...
... park reception at 9. They are very keen on keeping the water
crystal clear so you aren’t allowed any chemicals on your body and you have to
wear a wet suit. After a short drive in an open truck we had a half hour walk
in our wetsuits to the stream. We spent about 15 minutes in the water in a
practice area so the guide could instruct us and help those who were non
swimmers gain confidence. This was a great ...