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If you have kids, you need to teach them about these amazing dudes called Capybaras. Here in Brazil they are wild and hang out at the local park/lake only a short walk from the city center. They are huge Guinea pigs that swim! One morning I headed out for breakfast by the lake - to hang with this very social group of possibly my new favorite ...
We went into town to check out some of the sights like the main pedestrian streets and the artisanal fair and hoped we would run into someone who could supply us with some Australia vs Spain World Cup tickets. We had no luck but did get a tip off from 2 guys to go and hang out at the ibis hotel in town, because there was a lot of Aussies there, and maybe one of them might have a few spares.
We sat in the hotel lobby for about 4 hours and found two individual people who had ...
... us back to the apartment. She then insisted on putting our towels in the dryer and then left to go back to work. Georgie and I changed and then settled into to watching Georgie's copy of the internship. We then girls redressed and made ourselves up as we were going for dinner and drinks at bar with some of Paula's friends. The pub was nice, where a band was playing. We ate fried food, drank caipirinhas and beer, and generally had a lovely ...
... and wing spans. Not forgetting the tiny Green kingfisher that zips and darts around, whilst hovering to feed on the flowers, with the cheeky monkeys perring down from high up in the trees. You never get bored watching the Tocans and Parrots fly around you, and around the subtle beauty of The Pantanal.
It was time to head back to the coast to Ilha do Mel so we caught a night bus out of Iguazu and headed for Curitiba which was 9hours and it was about $60USD. Curitiba was just a quick stopover for us as we were getting the train out of there at 8.15am. This train is a tourist train which travels through the lush green forests to Morrestes from here we had to catch another bus to Paranagua which from here we had to catch a boat to Ilha do ...