Hotel Pousada Aguas de Bonito
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 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 *********** ...
... lassoing competition that had been on all weekend, Sundays are never the same without horses involved! This was fascinating to watch the high level of skill by the rider and the speed at which they have to compete at - some cows weren't playing ball and did just walk along like snails which the commentator found hilarious. We went for a walk round the whole show which provided some entertainment as we clearly stuck at like sore thumbs as two Lilly white ...
Valdir picked us up after breakfast to take us to the Gruta do Lago Azul. This is a large cave with a deep blue coloured lake at the bottom. It was quite a trek down steps to the water and the guide kept stopping and talking along the way. Valdir reckoned that most of what he said was uninteresting so only translated the key points. It meant that what should have taken about 40 minutes took us nearly two hours to complete. I was worried that Derek would struggle going back up the ...
... right place or if this was a horror film setting, when an old man sitting under a tree shouted us over, and explained that the cave wasn't open. He was mid-high-pitched-laugh when we heard a scream. Oh my god. We are going to die out here. He already has prisoners. Except... it was just a couple of parrots in a cage behind the house. Even so, we were kind of freaked out, so we jumped on our bikes and cycled away. A truck came roaring up behind us, and we were just about to ditch ...
... starting to get the better of me. The training session had been hard enough but the caves were nine times the height we had practiced in the hall the night before. As the team began to assemble the ropes and get us equipped with the harness I tried to remember how to trust gravity to allow me to control my drop into the dark cave and how to brake the ropes when I needed to slow down. As Adam and I were strapped together over the ...