Alta Reggia Plaza Hotel
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... this country is more of a religion than a game.
That evening those in the Green and Gold Army that did charity day and the guys from Lions Raw were treated to a Brazilian BBQ, drinks and games of football.
The Lions Raw guys are English and they came ready with boots and football gear.
So we made 3 teams of England and 3 teams ...
Even knowing that Australia had no chance of progressing to the next round, the chance to play Spain, the Number 1 ranked team in the world, was exciting. Spencer and I had a quick breakfast then took his brazuca ball to a local park near the hotel for a bit of pre-game practice. It wasn't long before we'd drawn the attention of some local boys and we have a pick up game. We took turns having shots on goal and dreaming of scoring ...
... at the back of the pack the whole time while running her into the occasional tree branch that he didn't see on his blind side. We got to tour the property, which was beautiful, and ride through bits of jungle but I don't think either of us are going to take up horseback riding as a new hobby anytime soon. We finished our day with a night walk with a guide who carried a powerful spotlight to try to spot animals. It turned out to be part nature walk, part ghost story as ...
... 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.