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... like everything else in brazil, for some stupid reason, it's closed on Mondays.
We walked to a bus stop that we passed earlier and tried asking the ticket lady which bus to catch to get to the botanical gardens. She put us on one and im sure she had no idea where it was going. We ended up in the middle of no where. When we tried asking the next ticket guy, i couldn't understand him because he had no teeth and his speech was severely ...
... for 9 hours! We've just had another stop, but still have about 2.5 hours to go! It's not been too bad - we've stopped three times to get off and the bus is very comfy! But it's still a long time! The road we are travelling on is very good, but very busy. The lorries are huge which are traveling along it in both directions, but I suppose it may be the only road connecting Curitiba with Argentina!! 19.07 Even in Brazil there are traffic jams! No idea where we are, no idea ...
... the buses in Brazil are pretty cool. Since I bought the most
basic ticket I was expecting like the Nakedbus sort of treatment. I was
pleasantly surprised when the bus turned up and the seats are mega huge!
I am able to fully extend my leg and lean back as far as possible
without disturbing the person behind me. It was amaze balls. The ...
... for a bit.
Now just chilling in the hammock for a few hours before horse riding, it's too hot to do much else, quite like being cut off from everyone for a bit. Ben thinking about the tattoo I want it might happen in Rio, we shall see.
I'm in the hammock again for bed, it was a great afternoon I enjoyed the horse riding lots more than I'd thought I would. I was very eager to get on it I was first obviously. The first hour or so was dull as ...
May 1st is a holiday here in Brazil, which means that everything is closed down for the day. Luckily, a friend from UFPR invited me to his house for a churrasco, better known as a cookout back in the United States. I love cookouts so I was super excited about the chance to see how it is done here in Brazil. Jose picked us up at the hotel in the morning to take us out to his house, which is a 30-40 minute bus ride from Curitiba. When we arrived we met his ...