Solar do Batel B&B

Address: Rua Goncalves Dias 645, Curitiba, State of Parana, 80240-340, Brazil | B&B
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Episode 14 – Series 2 Game Day

A travel blog entry by bound4rio on Jul 22, 2014

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... stopped by military police with machine guns. Cirsty thinks they could get past. Ryan not so confident so they go in search of a pub instead. Once again the Fanatics leaders are very helpful and point the pair in a very vague direction of where to find a pub. Ryan did manage to score some free Skol so he is content with the directions.

Ryan is disgusted when they meet some fellow Aussies he can’t believe that they would wear ...

Day 5- More Curitiba and AIESECers

A travel blog entry by heresjonnay on Apr 16, 2013

... br> (Bill) and Thay to a nautical/pirated themed bar/restaurant called Barba
(beard) where we had burgers and drinks with a group of AIESECers. It
was cool to meet everybody (more names to remember now) and I learnt a
few more Portuguese words while I was there. Had a lot of laughs and
good conversations tonight, ...

The miracle men of Bacacheri Airport

A travel blog entry by seaplaneadvent on Aug 01, 2012

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... While Cathryn was cleaning the windows, one of the mechanics intervened and proceeded to clean the entire plane. Another checked the fasteners on the fuselage panels to make sure they were all tight. While this was going on Cidnei took Greg and Cathryn to another hangar to show them the Saratogo plane he had flown around the US, Canada and back to Brazil. It was a real ...

Into the cold.. for a bit

A travel blog entry by muzbec on Jun 08, 2012

2 comments, 4 photos

... and ate some beautiful pasta prepared before your eyes at the marketplace food court. Despite Brazilian red-wine being bloody horrible up to this point, it was really a great experience to have a fresh bowl of pasta, some bread and a glass of red for lunch in the middle of busy marketplace.

We had a 10 hour bus ride ahead of us, so we thanked the Ibis again, wrapped ourselves in layers of clothing and set off to complete the journey to Iguassu Falls.


A travel blog entry by djkershaw on May 08, 2011

... Paulo, we were all a little sick of towns and cities by now and just wanted to get off the beaten track and see some nature and do some activities other than shopping. Itīs not as if any of us could buy anything.

Roll on Iguassu falls. ...