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... for that evening.
Getting back we settled down to a couple of coldies and were treated to our
best meal in Brazil so far which was a traditional slave dish called Feijoada
cooked by one of the other guides. The dish is eaten with rice and was a
mixture of beans, beef and sausage in a stew type sauce. It is reminiscent of
American soul food and at least 2 helpings were had.
They rest of the evening involved more cards, more beers,
... autitorium were in Portugese and thus lost on us. We ate in a decent place just off the square James & Lucy went to a previous evening. It was more expensive than the kinda places we usually go, but that's understandable given the location and the food was very good so it still represented good value for money.
When we were finished a couple of couple in the hostel joined us for some drinks at a nearby bar before we cut out back to the ...
... lucky to be sharing it with two great couples - Nick and Rachelle from Australia and Erik and Enrique from the Netherlands. We all immediately hit it off and basically spent the next few days drinking far too much cheap beer and playing a lot of cards. One night, after some very silly drinking games, the Dutchies and I decided to go skinny dipping. For some reason, Colin didn't fancy jumping into the sea at 2am (despite my drunken pleas), so the three of us ...
... ever seen (potentially beats the Delhi rain but can't be sure). Arrived at Books hostel in Lapa. Automatically knew that this hostel would be great, met amazing staff who brought us cocktails up to our room. Whole bag/ clothes were sopping wet but we still went out that night to a samba club. Very funny- a lot of fat sweaty Brazilian men asking to ...
... well and truly experienced the Pantanal from all perspectives.
With our bellies full of free Pantanel cuisine we set off for Bonito, the ecological capital of South America. A five hour drive once seemed like a long drive, now, in comparison, that was a short one.
The award winning snorkelling tour in Bonito wasn't an included activity but our leader, rightly so, said it was a must do optional extra. There aren't many places left in the world that a mandatory shower ...