Radisson Hotel Curitiba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... chairs and start doing the Samba. Ryan joins them and is sure that if he wasn’t wearing an Australian jumper people would have thought he was Brazilian with his moves. Cirsty finds an older Aussie couple to chat with while Ryan hones his dance moves. Ryan conducts an interrogation of a fanatics staff member for some answers over the bus incident, they only information that he gains is that we should be prepared for another incident on our next ...
... washing away the nutrients from the soil where crops are grown. Luckily they are realising how important the native forest is, and there is lots of planting of native trees - in fact it's the law in Brazil that land owners have to plant native tree corridors. Another problem is bees cross pollination between crops and native forest, which is destroying the native plants. But now there are new laws to stop crops being planted too close to native jungle areas. 17.11 We have ...
... So a few metro stops later, I arrived at Tiete, the second
largest bus terminal in the world according to Wikipedia!
I was actually very surprised at the organisation of the place and
the general feel of it. I was expecting a huge chaotic mess of a bus
station with people rushing everywhere. Instead of that, I was ...
... went on a walk through the jungle – it was incredible when we spotted with our torch a cats eyes staring at us...luckily it stayed behind the bushes! Macaws at night were also a hit – not to mention the bats darting over us! And the plastic snake thrown on the road as a prank...didn’t go down too well with some of the girls! During the day we also spotted howler monkeys, capivara, many different bird life, rhea’s (which look so similar to ...
... to the bad weather. We spent the afternoon exploring and wandering around this little quiet historical town. Not many people were around apart from fellow train travellers, two tourist mini bus loads of people and a handful of school kids, oh and also a few locals trying to sell us things! We took in our surroundings, had lunch and got the train back at 3pm hoping beyond hope that the mist might have cleared. Our luck was not in today but ah well, you ...