Bristol Upper Residence Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Curitiba
... 8220;parades” of meat or prawns or oysters done 16 ways!!
Was a rush to cram it all in, see the rest of town, and catch the 3pm train. Luckily the rain didn’t start until just before 3 and didn’t hang around for too long as needed the windows wide open to get air during a couple of very long stops. It was even more painful as forced to endure loud obnoxious ...
... where they explain that I am being charged for assault, as the security claims that he was punched. He sits and gives a long detailed statement to the police. I give a short statement explaining my injuries and denying any physical contact I'm then taken into a courtroom, where there are some lawyers and a prosecutor. I am provided an English speaking lawyer as a legal aid. He explains to me, that they are considering, evicting me from the country, which means missing ...
... fair happening every Sunday.
The fair is situated in old town (historical centre) and spans across several streets. There are bits of everything on sale from food to music to charms to paintings. There also appears to be a large number of stalls run by Brazilian hippies which is quite interesting. I guess these ...
... I hadn't even heard of The Pantanals until we started planning this trip. It is part of the Brazilian plains and contains millions of cattle as well as an enormous assortment of wildlife. This includes (the ones I actually saw- toucans, jacare (jack-are-ay) like little crocodiles ,capybara (look like enormous guineapigs), ...
... an awesome city. But sadly probably the single most expensive place we will have stayed on the planet - more expensive than Sydney even!
Despite Curitiba´s green and colourful spaces, homelessness here is clearly evident. Not as bad as in Paraguay, but still a very obvious problem.
We decided to take a tourist bus within the city to see some of the main sites. The day we did it rained so much, it was an open top bus and even though ...