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... the ATM, so I'm hoping I can get some money out when I arrive. I am now on the bus to a place called Curitiba. I am planning for there to take a bus for 1 1/2 hours to a place called Ponto do sul and get a boat to Ihla do mel ( honey island) I am excited to see what it is like. There are meant to be no cars there. So now I have a 10 hour overnight bus trip and then when I Arrive in Curitiba I need to go on a bank hunt and then head to Ihla do Mel. I'll keep you updated on how it all ...
... size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Obe velka meste ktera jsme navstivity Rio a Sao Paulo mela takovy nadech nebezpecna, tenhle pocit jsme nemeli v tech mensich mistech. Hned si v podstate vsimnete, ze touriste ani mistni nedavaji zadne cennosti na obdiv, napriklad nevidis touristu s fotakem kolem krku. Prvni den v Riu jsme videli krev na silnici a par hostu z naseho hostelu bylo okradeno. Ale musim rict, ze byli velice opili a sli pesky ctvrti, ktera ...
... the falls. Two of the bridges which join the "mainland" to the island were totally destroyed and I saw them lying in a pile half way up the mountain where the water had risen to. As such, only two of the four trails were open to us, but by all accounts these were more than ample. I spent the morning walking along the upper and lower trails which traversed the side of the ridge, taking us out to the prime viewing spots. I stood within the mighty cool spray of ...
... Brazilian side...same scenario...only wetter!! Throughout the entire trip the guy that is second in command is taking a video...we bought the DVD, but have not seen yet! Quite curious how it looks from his perspective. After Devil's Throat we head up the river through a series of very serious rapids for about 6km. After disembarking, we climb 'mucho' stairs to where a Jungle truck will drive us another 6km to reunite with Airton. I had packed a dry shirt and Lynne wore ...
... at the falls on the tram, the wind had kicked up and it started to rain pretty hard. The first sight of the falls was spectacular but, it was raining so hard and was cold it was anything but enjoyable. We headed back to the ticket office to see if they would extend our ticket so we could return in the early morning before we left, by bus, to the Argentianian side. No luck and they wouldn’t budge. However, it looked like the weather was starting to ...