Holiday Inn Express Curitiba - Batel
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A ghost town this morning, with even the "Shopping", what they call a mall here, not open. A bit of a wait for a bus but at least turned out to be free – others have been half price on Sundays.
Not so, long distance! - but happily frequent services as the queue was over 20 mins long. But both were far shorter than the queue of traffic on the BR 101 going south towards the beaches – happily took ...
... much social
acceptance already. In comparison, Brazil seem to have no problem with
this issue at all, people are extremely accepting of culture and
sexuality as far as I can see and it will be good to see New Zealand
head in the same direction as here.
The second thing that flooded my facebook are statuses, events, and
photos of graduation. I would like to congratulate all ...
... for a bit.
Now just chilling in the hammock for a few hours before horse riding, it's too hot to do much else, quite like being cut off from everyone for a bit. Ben thinking about the tattoo I want it might happen in Rio, we shall see.
I'm in the hammock again for bed, it was a great afternoon I enjoyed the horse riding lots more than I'd thought I would. I was very eager to get on it I was first obviously. The first hour or so was dull as ...
... due to thunderstorm at around oh.. 7am. The time we’d planned to be walking out the door of the hostel. So we face these odds armed with the following strategy: Use the most front, or most rear train cabin so our luggage has least chance of upsetting other people. Adorn our wet weather jackets and shoes and cover our bags in garbage bags.
We had about a 20 minute walk uphill to get to the Metro station and thankfully it was only a kind of ...
... I'm eating so much beautiful food and getting fat too!
In the afternoon I got dropped off at the local shopping mall to try my luck at getting my acrylic nails refilled. I found a hair/beauty salon called ¨Ladyland¨. They had to try to find someone who could speak English so I could explain what I wanted. This salon was huge and it was packed, rows and rows of ...