Four Points By Sheraton Curitiba
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... I walked around to find one of the common coffee shops. I came across one called Paco da Liberdade. It had the best organic coffee I have ever tried. There were a bunch of baked goods as well, and the staff that worked their all spoke Portuguese. I tried to catch up on the language a little bit while I was there so I could really feel like I was part of the culture. After I had my coffee I wanted to go see the ...
... of Brasilia so it was interesting to see a bit of history of him and his work before we go there in a few weeks. Today was much nicer, cold still, but milder and dry so we could get around a lot more. We wandered around old town, heavily influenced by German and Portuguese architecture. So that made a change. Lovely arches and statues and gorgeous mansions all painted different colours. And they have a gorgeous basilica, so we spent some time in there. Beautiful stained glass ...
... settled into a different host who is the family of a friend
of an AIESECer. When I arrived I was greeted by the mother Maria who is a
lovely lady. Even though she doesn’t speak English she has been very
friendly and force fed me all these delicious food. ...
... look different to our much more creepy looking! We watched them scamper about for a while before heading on to the fishing water hole.
We had big bamboo sticks with lines and bits of chicken for bait. We all stood on the waters edge and threw our lines in. Priya was first to catch something, she caught 3 in total as did Caroline I think. Priya being vegetarian decided to call it fish collecting not fishing and we reminded her, fish are friends not ...
... Portugese BBQ/buffet. Then we went to the bus station to get our overnight coach. Rae and I were right up the front of the double decker coach, which was quite confronting especially when a truck pulled out in front of us before we even got out of town, and we nearly kissed the back of that truck! Yikes, it was so close to us! The seats recline and I can sleep OK despite the noise and winding roads.