Bristol Flexy Centro Civico Hotel
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... a spot take their seat, order first drinks and then notice the wrong game is on the screen. The Aussies manage to get their game on the TV instead of the Dutch v Chile game which doesn’t make some Dutch fans happy. The game is disappointing, the Aussies lose again. The trucker singlet group leave. Cirsty and Ryan stay on. As Brazil’s game approaches the pub fills and the street outside turns into a street party. During half-time patrons get out ...
... and they needed to move on and develop. The area is perfect for cattle due to the weather for the growth of grass, so there are lots of cattle ranches here. There is now a huge area which is virtually the same as the pampas areas in Argentina. The loss of the forests has affected the weather pattern - the average raining all used to be around 2000 mm but now it is roughly 1700mm. This has, in turn, affected the rivers, as they are all rain fed in this area as well as ...
So, today I left the big city of Sao Paulo for the slightly smaller city of Curitiba. By small I mean about 1.7 million people…
Anyway so my friend Marina was kind enough to drop me off at the
metro and from there started my first intercity adventure in Brazil. The
metro ride was mundane enough and since I left after rush hour, went ...
... I pretty much just dropped my bags and then headed off on foot to see the city. There were lots of nice parks, cafes, restaurants and quite a few modern shopping centres to explore but after a couple of hours of walking and sampling some of the local street food, I decided to be a propper tourist and head off on the hop on hop off bus tour and see a bit more of the city. The tour went for about ...
... the journey started out with a lovely quiet trip through Curitiba itself, and on the outskirts of the city we went through some farmland and were lucky enough to be accompanied by two helicopters flying literally at the windows of the train. What a great start to the train journey, bright blue clear skies and beaming sunshine. The journey up for the first hour was glorious, providing amazing vistas and lots of photo opportunities. Unfortunately by the ...