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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 ...
... village. We hesitated at first whether or not to abort this journey. Curiosity and our desire to reach the zoo allowed us to cross this village which we found to have been quite charming and filled with friendly people. Unfortunately we did not take the time to stop and take a picture but it was quite a nice feeling and sight to be surrounded by happy people amidst ...
... a chance to see the Iguassu Falls from the air with the mist rising well above the massive falls - an amazing sight, and a bonus given we hadnīt paid for the helicopter tour of the falls!
We arrived in Curitiba, a very green and clean city nestled among green mountains and lush forest. Not many non-South American tourists seem to come here though. And we are back to having to cope with people speaking in Brazilian Portuguese, which we ...
... aptly - "be more patient (with Hannah). It'll never last. We spent New Year's Day relaxing in hammocks and playing cards before going horse riding in the afternoon. It was really nice heading through the wetlands and had a bit of excitement as our horses nearly stepped on a cayman lurking on the floor. Luckily none of them went mental and we all made it back to the farm safely. After more cards and dinner we all had an early night ready for the two day journey to ...
... day just to get a general look at the place but sitting on the top deck of an open bus with grey skies and only jeans and t-shirts wasn’t the best idea. The tour took two and a half hours and when we got off, I swear that Ron and my teeth were chattering with the cold! We saw plently of parks, a few memorials for Polish, Germans and Italians; the opera house, museums and a few other buildings of general interest but nothing ...
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