Radisson Hotel Curitiba
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... br> Вечер 86;м мы кушал 80; в украи 85;ском ресто 88;ане. Урове 85;ь обслу 78;ивани& #1103; очень высок ...
... At the time none of that was making any sense to us as we reverted to charades to try to explain ourselves. We left with every chance we would either never see our washing again, or if we did, a high likelihood that we may have blown our budget for Brazil on having our undies starched and dry cleaned. Oh well, nothing like a crisp set of undies to start your day!
Next stop is Rio and the madness of ...
... all cooked you may take an hour or so to eat, but that is pretty much it. In Brazil the sheer amount of food cooked for a churrasco is enormous, and it is expected that you will be eating for hours once you begin the meal, even taking rest breaks when needed. Often the churrasco will begin sometime in the early afternoon and continue on well into the night, giving time to have some hope of finishing the massive amount of food prepared for the event.
... where we all wished each other a lovely 'illegal immigrant’ night’s sleep as we nodded off in our hammocks. Unfortunately our 5am wakeup call meant we waved goodbye to our cherished farm as we headed back to our worst nightmare...the Bolivian Boarder. We were keen to get to the boarder early to beat the cue. Not so lucky...when we arrived at 8am we were 400th in the cue...it appears people had slept there overnight...grrr. So it was time ...
... the carriage before the river disappeared from sight. The only breath-taking bit was for about ten minutes when the train emerged from the forest and there were amazing views out across the mountains and valleys. As for the rest, well the train chugged very slowly through the forest, twisting and turning its way down one hill and up another. When we did finally emerge from the forest, we found ourselves on the side of the mountain; we had no ...