Granville Park Hotel
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... and we played some serious games of Football which was great.
To start with the English teams demolished us. But one of our Aussie teams won a game and ended up drawing with the top English team in the mini final. Afterwards we continued to mingle, chat, eat and drink.
The next day was a free day for us and we went down ...
... against Spain. We caught up with Andrew and Clive from Sydney and then walked from the hotel down to Arena da Baxiada (10 min walk). It seemed like all the Spainish had already flown home and there was plenty of Aussie support and the locals were blending with their yellow and green Brazil colours. Being a dead rubber, most of the locals were supporting the underdogs (i.e. s). Like the Arena da Pantanal in Cuiaba, ...
... 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 ...
... money into someone else's phone. The topup system in Brazil is really strange. In New Zealand you will buy a top up card with a code or you will do it through credit card so you know you are putting it in the right phone. In Brazil you have to go to selected store where they will add money onto your phone right at the counter by entering your number… ...
... sans-serif; font-size: 15px; ">The route the train takes is absolutely gorgeous, as it snakes it's way through a mountain range covered in dense rainforest which frequently opens up to offer spectacular views into the distance. Three hours, a few sex analogies about trains & tunnels, and hundreds of photos later we were back in Curitiba and preparing to catch another overnight bus, this time to ...