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Booked my ticket to Sao Sebastiao to find final destination
was Santa Helena, somewhere not familiar – as tourist info refused to help,
checked myself on the net and turns out to be on the way to Iguacu – good job I
checked & will have to keep checking from now on in.
Quick plan B was to go to Santos for ...
... was able to hold off for a while but then the Spanish eventually broke through and scored. In the second half they substituted some of their big names and put in even bigger names on. The end result was 3-0 to Spain and it could have been worse.
For Joe and Josh as disappointing as the result was, to be able to see the Spanish players ...
... in the pitch black of the night with him warning us about stepping on vipers and how sometime farmers walking home from having a few drinks at a neighbors place never make it back, thanks to prowling jaguars, as well as how the road we were walking on was a common path for drug runners from Bolivia. I'm sure there was some truth in what he was saying, but he was definitely having a good time trying to scare the gringos and he may have exaggerated a few things. We didn't ...
... also help me sort out the problem.
So after visiting two different stores for my mobile company, we finally figured out what was wrong with it. What was wrong was that I am a complete idiot. Kids, this is the story of how I gave someone R$26. It turned out that I have misread the number the clerk wrote down when I bought the card so I have ...
On our second day we narrowly avoided missing our 9am bus to the town of Morretes about an hour and a half away. The main reason for going here was actually to catch the scenic train back, so after a walk around the town and a lunch of the local Barreado - a meaty stew - we sat down in our economy class coach ready for the journey back to Curitiba.