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... with a walk through the forest and Ken did some boating. We were told that we could swim in 7 of the waterfalls, though one was closed on the day. We ended up swimming in three of the waterfalls. The water wasn't very clear so we saw little fish, but couldn't see much else, including the sharp rocks underfoot. This is where we sustained our first significant injury, as Jayna smashed her foot into the unseen rocks beneath. This was swiftly dealt with ...
... then it was over. After all of this I still had to bike back to the town, of which it was mostly uphill. As I entered into town, I ran into two girls from my group. We decided to eat some pastels. These are not the art supply, but different ingredients in a fried pastry. I decided that I could have a sweet one with all the exercise I did so I choose a banana and chocolate one. It ...
... duty free shopping mall on the Paraguaian side of the border. Alex, Heidi and I went shopping there for an hour. Picked up some wine and water. The mall had everything - treadmills, electric guitars, toilettries and foods from all over the world. Alex even spotted a stethoscope section! It was a little surreal, especially as we were in the poorest country in South America! ...
... not fun. They practically ganged up on me and bullied the crackers out of my hand!). I get pretty protective over my food so needless to say i tried to retrieve it, also needless to say I failed (J). It was a lazy day which was nice, but did feel like we were just killing time.
Very little happened the rest of the day apart from trying to last minute panic buy some trousers in preparation for the Pantanal tomorrow.
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... natural pool that was a further 80m at the deepest point. This experience involved abseiling down the 70m to the pool and snorkeling to view the magnificent stalagmites underwater. The evening before we had to go along to a training session to learn how to safely abseil down and use the ropes to 'caterpillar' back up to the top. Here it was quickly apparent wearing tight trousers was a bad idea as the movement to climb involves ...