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... a mass Wedding Renewal Ceremony for approximately fifty couples. Among those couples were Dan and Harriet. So we start the next forty years of our adventure together.
PS: You may say that if we waited another day, we could of renewal our vowels on Valentine's Day. But the next day is the port of Buenos Aires and we have miles to go and many roads to take before we ...
Since things seem to be going smooth at the Projeto with the new hired person, we decided to go away for a few days. Of course, I could not resist the temptation to suggest heading towards the beach, which still left us with the option to go North or South. Clarice suggested to explore the two southern States, Santa Catarina and Rio Grande do Sul. First I was a little apprehensive as I knew that some areas were full of german decendents (not my interest at this ...
Position 29 31S 48 17.5W
COG 040T SOG 5kts
Well we have lost the sun and gained some wind, about 30kts on the nose. Nearly third way to Salvador now, bashing our way up the east coast of Brazil. Need to catch some more tuna before we have to turn vegetarian
So it seemed as though Lyndi and I were getting the hang of Southern Brasil. Once we figured out the bus systems and realized that everything in every resort town would be closed, we started to accept these things and just go with the flow. Having bought a fresh canister in Florianopolis of propane/butane mix for our stove, we set out from the bus station further south to the town of Garopaba. Known for its whale-watching excursions, ...
Waves ok, weather terrible, rain rain rain was how it started at Imbituba. Our first couple days were so average, the weather, the place we stayed and especially the town of Imbituba! The main problem is apart from the comp, there was nothing to do in the town at all!! There are no hostels, other travellers, hardly any bars or restuarants. Fortunatly however, the weather fined up and the comp started cranking.
We met an Aussie guy on the ...