Blue Tree Towers Curitiba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... unfortunately Vikki didn't but still had a great time trying. We headed back for a delicious dinner before heading to bed in beautiful air conditioned dorm rooms looking forward to our next day's activities. In the morning we did a boat ride down one of the rivers where we got to see loads of birds and Cayman as well as some lizards. The highlight had to be our first sighting of a capybara which is the largest rodent in the world and ...
... was ready. All this did for us was chang our sleeping location to somewhere more comfortable until about mid day when we got up and went exploring.
We walked to downtown so that we could check out the cathedral, praça tiridentes, rua 24 horas and some of the sights of the city.We decided to walk to torre panorámica to get a 360º view of the city. We passed a ****** park and some ****** ruins and after about an hour we arrived, only to find ...
Wedged between one of the 7 natural wonders of the world and the worlds most famous party was a side trip to Curitiba - so its a tough gig for a city no matter how impressive. It's a comparatively small city by Brazilian standards but is famous for its urban planing and transport system as well as its focus on sustainability and social equality. The city is widely regarded as the way to plan cities in the ...
... that his mom was pretty devastated, and after seeing pictures of what that area of the garden used to look like I would be too.
After we were done touring the outside of the house Jose took us on a tour of the inside of the house. His mom was busy preparing food in the kitchen and had coffee waiting for us when we got inside. Jose lives with his mother, father, and younger sister, which is pretty typical here in Brazil. His mother seemed ...
... that guy was the wrong person to try and bribe! So if you are ever in the situation...don't try and bribe immigration...bribe the corrupt police!
Long story short we skipped jail, passed go, didn't collect $200 and raced over to the Brazil side about 6hrs later where we had 5mins before the Brazil boarder closed for the night. This is where arrest number 2 almost happened.
To get into Brazil if you are Aussie you need a visa. So I ...