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We arrived in curitiba after a pretty good bus ride and walked to our "perfectly located" hostel. It wasn't. We had to walk about half an hour. Luckily though, curitiba was a lot cooler than sao paulo so the fully equipped walk wasn't too bad.
We checked in and got some brekky before falling asleep on the communal couch. Turns out the bus ride wasn't so good after all. I blame the delay.It was about half an hour later when we were informed that ...
... decided to **** out so I can’t contact
them about it. But anyway, I was given a ride to the office where I
waited a few hours to meet my lovely host Camila who has been most
accommodating! Anyway time for bed, early start tomorrow, gonna be
heading to the office again to do some work and meet a few more
May 1st is a holiday here in Brazil, which means that everything is closed down for the day. Luckily, a friend from UFPR invited me to his house for a churrasco, better known as a cookout back in the United States. I love cookouts so I was super excited about the chance to see how it is done here in Brazil. Jose picked us up at the hotel in the morning to take us out to his house, which is a 30-40 minute bus ride from Curitiba. When we arrived we met his ...
... riding, was a foot print. A foot print? We traveled 1000's of miles and we get one solitary foot print. Where's the rest of it? I almost fell of my horse laughing when the guide said it had been made in the last few hours. Oh great so we only just missed it then?
I don't want to paint the wrong picture here because we actually had an amazing time in ...
... turning inland and climbing and climbing, higher and higher; the views we glimpsed were breathtaking, we were so high. I hadn't realised before just how high above sea level a lot of Brazil is.
Sao Paolo was mind blowing and I'm so pleased we'd listened to other travelers and decided not to stay for the night! Once we got to the outskirts, the traffic was hellish, bumper to bumper all the way into the bus terminal. It was the same ...