Radisson Hotel Curitiba
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... a few more Caipirinhas the pair leave to find somewhere a bit quieter for dinner as the Brazilians are in party mode after their easy win. Hamburgers are again on the menu. Cirsty questions life as they know and Ryan does his best to keep up with the conversation. 2 hamburgers arrive even though they only ordered one. They take it away but Cirsty quickly goes and grabs it off the counter as they are the best hamburger she’s had all day. The pair leave ...
... most days were in the mid 50's to mid 60's and overcast); very safe (the safest large city in Brazil) and because they were a host city for World Cup Group Play (the 1st 2 weeks of WC) they had a FIFA Fan Fest where we could watch games on giant screen in a park with 15,000 Brazilian fans! Our first full day in town was spent figuring out how ...
... against the blue sky. The views across the mountains were spectacular (couldn´t get photos that did them justice) and the drops down to the waterfalls below the rickety bridges we crossed were equally amazing.
Morretes was a pretty little town but far too hot. I know, everyone in England will be thinking ´my heart bleeds for you´, but we don´t care, it was too hot! We had a couple of ...
... My whole tour went silent and I started sweating like a trooper! My tour guide was swearing under her breath and freaking out. All I could do was keep smiling and try to stay calm. THEN the immigration guys cracked up laughing and I (who can't speak a word of Portuguese) translated that as they were joking and I was in fact fine to swap passports. So in my rush of delight - but cheeky anger at the immigration guys - I stuck both my fingers up at them and said '**** ...
After bumbling our way through ordering a taxi, because we had no money, we had to get the taxi driver to stop at a cash machine then take us to the hotel we had booked. Of course we then didn’t have any small bills but the driver ran around to different palces to get change and then apologised to us for keeping us waiting! Our hotel was quite frankly a complete dive. The room was damp, there was a hole in the bathroom door, the shower was coldand the TV had ...