Pousada Santa Clara
Travel Blogs from Campo Grande
After a surprisingly comfortable nights sleep we were woken at 6am by the sunlight pouring into the shack. A quick wash with cold water (the camp had no running hot water) and it was time for breakfast. It was the usual Brazil breakfast, sweet breads, cake and fruit - though you had to fight the wasps off if you wanted any fruit.
We left Bonito at a more reasonable hour of 8 am to head to the Pantanal wetlands. We had been warned previously that there would be an incredible amount of mosquitoes here and we would need to keep covered to protect our skin. Anyone that knows me will know how much of a scaredy-cat I am when it comes to any kind of bug/insect. You will also know …
I'm writing this with a moderate and increasing hangover from Carnaval, so apologies if its abrupt.
The overnight bus was one of the less spacious we've had, but we still managed to get some sleep with the assistance of our friend Valium. We arrived at Campo Grande around 7am and were taken to a nearby hostel to have a shower and something to …
Kurz vor Weihnachten findet der Unterricht hier zum Glück nicht mehr ganz so regelmäßig statt - ein guter Grund auch in der Woche vor den Ferien schon mal ein verlängertes Wochenende einzulegen und die freien Tage zu nutzen.
Am Donnerstag Abend ging es also um 18 Uhr auf die ca. 14-stündige Fahrt nach Campo Grande. Während der Fahrt kamen …
Chegamos em Trindade no meio da manhã.
Trindade fica a 18 km de Goiânia. É uma cidade é pequena e organizada. Aparentemente, vive do turismo e parece fazer isto muito bem. A cidade é muito bonita e parece explorar (no bom sentido da palavra) muito bem a fé e a história religiosa da região.
Em Trindade, fomos direto à Basília do...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsPousada Santa Clara Campo Grande
The tour packages are well organised and fir an amazing amount in to 2 or 3 days. Definitely recommend staying at the campsite. They provide the tent and the mattress, or you can sleep in the communal bungalow with the hammocks (or your own mattress). The camp area is self sufficient (altough within easy walking distance of the homestead). The food was amazing!!!
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