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Travel Blogs from Curitiba
... on our prediction of the score and a pile of Reals started building up on the table just to add to the excitement. It was a great pick me up after the Aussie loss to be a part of this huge win. The final score of 4-1 ensured that neither Jenny or I won money which we needed after the crew of us rocked up a tab of about 1000 reals. 3 of the guys did a runner on the tab but one of the good lads covered most of the damage.
We once again passed on our chance to hop on ...
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At the end of my two weeks, my new friend Rebeca really didn't want me to leave, so she moved me into her apartment and here I've been ever since! We are now about to go on a road trip ;-) Oh what fun.
I saw the first 0-0 game, yay! *****ia v Iran.... then went to Porto Alegre for one night to see a fantastic match Australia v Holland, then Ecuador v Honduras, Australia v Spain and finally Russia v Algeria. It's been such an exciting ...
... away which made us laugh even harder. In fact he was actually just getting me a new plate and a lot of tissues! Ha ha. Eventually we finished and headed back to the bus stop to get back on the bus. The journey back was not pleasant at all, as the rain came through the open air top under the roof and the wind was bitingly cold. When we arrived back at Rosana's shop we were so cold and so wet! She gave us hugs and let us come into the ...
... on, I didn't realise that we would not be able to charge things easily and not wifi with low signal, pretty basic. We are all sharing a room of hammocks all 16 of us with another group coming tomorrow it will be crowded and probably sweaty. It's just roasting, we ate lunch which was ok but we were so hot that there was not much appetite. I had a much needed and wanted shower it was quite cold but amazing I ...
... street, so no cars are allowed on it, and there are a ton of shops and stands set up everywhere. The university is about a 10 minute walk away, which is really nice.
One really great thing about Curitiba is that there are a ton of things to do around the city that are completely free. Since it was so nice outside a group of us decided to head over to the botanical gardens for the afternoon (a free ...
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