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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 ...
... was able to hold off for a while but then the Spanish eventually broke through and scored. In the second half they substituted some of their big names and put in even bigger names on. The end result was 3-0 to Spain and it could have been worse.
For Joe and Josh as disappointing as the result was, to be able to see the Spanish players ...
... prepared but on the other hand it kind of takes the fun out of discovery… Anyway, below I will list some of my observations so far
- Specifically to Curitiba, the weather is much like Hamilton. Curitiba is known to have some of the coldest days in Brazil since it is situated high above sea level. For me though autumn temperate ...
... communal hammock room to sleep in. We knew it was to be hotter in Pantanal so we bough a massive blow up swimming pool which we set up next to the hammocks, it basically fit all 12 of us in it comfortably. The trees are home to little green and yellow parrots and also the bright blue macaws and they are always in pairs awwww... On our afternoon jungle walk, there were a lot of palm trees. We ...
... 8217;s the way it continues for the next three and a half hours. First hour is just getting out of the city and we spend our time waving to the children outside and chatting to the mountain rescue team as they offer us coffee and mate – obviously prepared for the train journey.
Then the journey starts to get more interesting as we reach the rainforest and pass through and over large gorges, with stunning views of ...