Curi Palace Hotel
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... workers, as usual.
The town boasts a lively pedestrian shopping street, but everything we looked at seemed to be made in China--much more so than in the USA. We came back empty handed, but had a good time trying to communicate. In a small town like this, people really don't speak English, and we really don't speak Portuguese!
See the photo of me next to ...
After our first unexpected day at sea, the actual PLANNED day without a port was great. There were many activities, movies, special lectures, etc. I used the time to get some work done, not to mention read a bit more and enjoy a couple of short classes.
Tomorrow's stop in Rio Grande is the only day on which I have not booked a tour, and some new friends from Foster City and I are going to take the free shuttle into ...
Rio Grande was our first stop in Brazil. Brazil was conquered by the Portuguese, whereas the rest of South America was conquered by the Spanish. There were very few indigenous peoples here due to the largely inhabitable lands around the Amazon River. The Portuguese brought over African slaves to populate Brazil. The peoples intermixed and the resulting population is darker skinned with beautiful Portuguese features, ...
... holding Mass. On the way back I notice a small corner market selling local handcrafts. Joanie and I went back to see if we could find a way to spend our last reals (Brazilian currency) Success! ....and some very happy local inhabitants to help us.
In Caxias I spent most of my time with grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and eating plenty of comfort food.
In Santo Antonio da Patrulha I stayed at my godfather's place with his wife and stepdaughter; we went for dinner at my friend Manuela at her family's place.
In Pelotas we arrived in time for ...