Hotel Pousada Aguas de Bonito
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I met two English girls, Dulcie and Leona, on the bus to Campo Grande, we were all as lost as each other in terms of where we had to get off etc. I had asked at the start if we had to change and was told yes, at Cascavel about 2am. So I was unable to sleep until then in fear of missing the stop. They don't actually tell you which stop you're at when you pull into stations, so it's a bit of a guessing game. At 1am at one of the pit stops, I asked the driver ...
... least £15 a person so we opted to hire bikes for under £5 a day and burn off some of our buffet bellies getting to the attractions. On day one we cycled 7km to the municipal baleneiro, a pool teaming with fish where we got in some chill time and snorkelling and made some new friends. The hostel put on a BBQ that evening. ...
... we saw the turn off to the cave. The countryside was silent, and we hadn't yet seen another person. We arrived at the cave, which turned out to be closed (only open on Thursdays). The entrance to the cave was under a huge house, which had boarded up windows and the air of a horror movie. An old, abandoned bus and two cars with flaky paint sat in the sun. Two men sat in the next field, battering something with an axe. We walked around the house, trying to figure out if we'd come ...
... as the Serengeti and to top it off we saw a toucan flying across the road! How crazy, it was amazing! Tomorrow we are going on a trip to see one of the many famous caves of Bonito Gruta Lago Azul filled with stalactites and unbelievably clear water. Let's hope the pictures are the same as the real experience! After that we are hopping on another bus to Foz do Iguazu which is going to take around 16 hours. Update to follow in a couple of days ...
... a shower and leave our bags, hopefully at the bus station; a visit to the Brazilian side of the falls; retrive our bags and bus to the border; hostel in Puerto Iguazu, Argentina.
We're not even halfway through and we can already say that it was not really a brilliant idea.
We're exhausted, the bus from Bonito to Dourados was a wreck with an internal temperature of three hundred degrees centigrade and I cannot understand how it managed not to melt on ...