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Travel Blogs from Curitiba
... started with a revolutionary printer that made transactions and payments much easier for banks and merchants. It was nice to hear the decisions that Marcel took to help grow the company and those that with hindsight he wishes he had taken.
Friday was also our last day in Curitiba and just before leaving we decided to capture some footage of the revolutionary transit system in the city.
On this day we decided to travel to the outskirts of the city to explore a big municipal green area that hosts the Curitiba Zoologico. Getting there was quite an adventure. As we took a bus the length of a small train and blasted out of the city on an express lane.
Then we got off at a terminal that was about 5km from the zoo but we figured that we could save money ...
On Monday, one of the first few things that we wanted to do in Curitiba was explore the city and see a few of the well known natural reserves and parks around the Curitiba area. We spent the morning walking over to a small park in the city and crossed a homeless protest on our way there. Th people were protesting at the steps of the building in a very peaceful manner.
Then we went to a natural reserve called ...
... the garden and then headed towards the AIESEC
There wasn’t a whole lot of work to do but the whole day I met a
stream of lots of AIESECers. It was quite difficult to remember all the
names but I did manage to commit a few names to memory. When I’m
memorising new names, I have ...
... due to thunderstorm at around oh.. 7am. The time we’d planned to be walking out the door of the hostel. So we face these odds armed with the following strategy:
Use the most front, or most rear train cabin so our luggage has least chance of upsetting other people.
Adorn our wet weather jackets and shoes and cover our bags in garbage bags.
We had about a 20 minute walk uphill to get to the Metro station and thankfully it was only a kind ...