Bourbon Batel Express Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... the front of the 300+ strong group. Ryan follows without as much vigour. Something doesn’t seem quite right when they arrive. The venue is beautiful and instead of a few beers vouchers handed to them on arrival the group sees before them, tubs filled with Skol and coke. Cirsty checks her watch and leaves the coke in the tup. Ryan checks his watch (9.40am) and grabs a Skol. Beers continues to be refilled and little hamburgers even keep being brought ...
... one day New
Zealand will do something similar.
(For non-NZ readers, universities
in New Zealand has nothing like this. The food are usually unhealthy
and can be quite expensive. They seem to forget that students are poor!)
Below are my two lunches
... to **** off, its my fish) but then 2 caiman decided gang up and managed to snap the fish out of the otters hand, meanies. Then! With 10 mins to go I finally hooked a fish, then a second, then a third!! Was real exciting coz out of the 15 fish we caught, 12 were caught by girls and 3 by the boys! Girls win! They were cooked for dinner but I didn't eat them. Apparently ...
We fly on to Curitiba where Patrick is hoping to have maintenance done on the struts. The land below is undulating agriculture and winding red rivers. About half way there Patrick notices something that looks like spray in the distance. Flying by to take a closer look we discover an extraordinary waterfall.
Coming in to the Curitiba we are stunned by its size. ...
... was cold, something like 7 degrees C when we got off. So rather than mess around trying to find the local bus stop we jumped in a cab and found our way to the Ibis. Thanks Ibis, you’re such a cheap, new, well-facilitated hotel.
Curitiba most definitely loses that on-edge vibe that Sao Paulo has; you feel safe walking around, particularly at night. It still retains some of the urban landscape, utilitarian apartments, chipped block paving, ...