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Booked my ticket to Sao Sebastiao to find final destination
was Santa Helena, somewhere not familiar – as tourist info refused to help,
checked myself on the net and turns out to be on the way to Iguacu – good job I
checked & will have to keep checking from now on in.
Quick plan B was to go to Santos for ...
... it to rain indoors. One of our group had their room slightly flooded. Luckily none of their stuff was damaged. Don't know what the cause was. Alex also noted our card had had 'unusual activity' so spent a chunk of time on skype to the bank. Turns out some cheeky git in America skimmed our card and was (mostly unsuccessfully) trying to buy things. Anyway it worked out. Our account is secure and our money refunded.
The next morning, ...
Last night in Curitiba already!
On our first full day here we decided to go and get our bus tickets to Iguaçu Falls booked and get some tickets for the Serra Verde express at the same time. We decided to walk to the terminal to see more of Curitiba which is a very pretty city with some lovely old buildings.
Once we arrived at the terminal it wasn´t too dificult to find the right ...
... 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 ...
... game unfolded on the TVs above. With Coritiba winning 3-2 but set to go out on away goals after losing the away leg 1-0 we left to head to James as Alex had an emergency. But all was resolved as we arrived so we stopped at a bar across the road to watch the final whistle which sealed Coritiba’s fate. Immediately fireworks filled the sky, surely set off by jubilant Atletico Paranaense fans, delighted at their arch-rivals’ failure. I felt sorry for Coritiba as they ...