Porto Sol Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... with a loaf of bread, some eggs and more beer. A few slices of bread were all I ate for lunch.I learned 1 Norwegian sentence "jeg har 2 flodhester" translating to "I have 2 hippopotami". This has now been added to the German phase for how to exchange pallets in a pallet warehouse. Absolutely useless. This sentence, though, did get us talking to Pia from Norway and her boyfriend Freddy from Sweden. They had ...
... you must first get to the port side town of Paranagua and the nicest way to get (mostly) there is by a scenic train ride through the forest and over the mountains via the Sierra Verde Express. A lovely, pleasant and relaxing 3 hours. The ride was great and since the car was not full we could scoot about the train looking for the best spot to take in the views.
The Sierra Verde Express deposited us in the little village of Morettes where ...
... to the 3km long beach each day where the waters were calm and clear!
Victor and I soon befriended a 3 year old Brazilian boy, Gabriel, at the beach who had MANY BEACH TOYS compared to our one bucket and spade. His family were very hospitable and generous and they seemed to take a liking to a particular Australian boy: yes me!
We really felt like locals as every day there were the same famiilies in ...
... some crazy renegotiating with their contract (they might not even live there) he is waiting on the other guys for some last minute stuff.
I don't know how to explain the peace I feel right now, but it doesn't make any sense. I'm going to be kicked out of this house in South America in two days and I don't have a place to stay, but I just Know that this apartment is where I'm supposed to be investing right now. If you've never ...
... visit soon Kat!)
The Brazilian language sounds completely alien to me though. I am trying very hard to learn some basics but there have been a lot of shrugged shoulders and clueless expressions from me and those I try to communicate with. It is also very expensive (as I know many of you warned me) so feel like we are burning cash at the moment. But hey definately not complaining!
lots love Sarah & ob ...