Hotel Pousada Aguas de Bonito
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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 *********** ...
... I had to change buses, at which point he told me to stay on the bus as it goes to Campo Grande...oh to have more of the language! I could finally doze off then, but not fully as Campo Grande was not in fact the last stop. Luckily in a snoozy stupor I heard him shout the name (surprisingly), so I woke the girls and we stumbled off to get our luggage. A number of touts were there in a flash, but not too many as it was only 6.30am. I already had my onward ...
... despite the normal sides of rice, chips, beans and mandioca. We ate our fill (all of it), got an ice cream, and lay down in the shade. Scott spotted a flying fox and had a couple of goes on that while I swam around underneath. There were the same fish swimming around as in the other balneario, and a little walk took us to a deserted part of the river. We lazed around for most of the afternoon before getting back on the bikes and starting the cycle home. It was not fun I tell ...
... in the ground we took the ultimate leap of faith and, taking our feet off the side, we allowed our weight to be held entirely by the harness, hovering over the abyss. That was when the hard part started... as we began to descend into the cave, the walls were at first very claustrophobic, sharp and moist, and we had to be careful not to scrape our skin along the ragged surface. The air was stagnant which made it hard to breathe and ...
We left Foz de Iguacu at 10 am to make the day and a half drive to Bonito. We drove all day through the heat and stopped just before sunset at a gas station to ask permission to sleep in the soccer field next door. I had a bad feeling about sleeping in a soccer field in a small Brazilian town but everyone seemed pretty ok with it because there were security guards around the gas station. There were lots of truckers parked for the night hanging out drinking ...