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On Thursday (day 21) we simply visited the botanical garden in the evening and rested in the city throughout the day. A quick note on why these blog posts are being published sometimes with several days of delay is that although we have been taking notes in our notebooks on each of the days, the process of writing them on the web and capturing the photos is quite lengthy and therefore can only be done ...
... br> Finally we reached the zoo and saw many neat animals. Interestingly the zoo admission was free as is the case for many other cultural attractions within Brazil such as museums and botanical gardens. The reason for this is that in Brazil there is a special cultural tax that all business pay. The proceeds from this tax must be used to promote cultural spaces and events.
... happiness. I chose the latter.
I don't have anything holding me here, at least not anymore. So I decided to make a few plans: throw my hand up in the air and say "F*ck it! Let's do some stupid sh*t". I want to travel, to get as far as I can from the good and bad memories of the recent events. I can only trust that I will find happiness somewhere, I just don't know where. And it really doesn't matter where or when.
A wise man once said: ...
... decided to tangle our fishing lines, blame me and then scream "BE CAREFUL, THERE ARE SHARP HOOKS ON THERE!!" as I was holding both of them. After I told her I was holding them trying to untangle them she told me I would "take her eye out" and then said the sentence (straw) that would break the camel's (my) back: "calm down Matt, it's only a fish it's not a big thing". We did not speak for the remainder of the day. I finally caught a fish near the end of the day ...
... houses, mile on mile of them, not a tree in sight, just highrises, houses and huge favelas. We got into the bus terminal around 3.30pm with plenty of time to find the ticked office for our onward bus to Curitiba.
We managed to avoid most of the traffic out of Sao Paolo but once on the outskirts began to crawl along and found ourselves in a huge traffic jam that went on and on and on, so much so that we finally arrived in Curitiba over ...
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