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... streets, and everything smelt so good. All the vegetables were locally grown, and everything was homemade. It was nothing like a Hanford's back home. There were a lot of street artists that made their own art. There was a bunch of culture art that was made that I bought, and I will include some pictures of that in this entry.
As soon as I was done shopping I wanted to take some time to relax, because it is ...
... I am
able to get the same lunch for R$6 which is about NZD$3.60.
Plus the food is not some ****** fried food or sandwiches like in New
Zealand halls, for that price I get salad, rice, beans, fruit, meat,
and something else. Healthy, cheap and ...
... on, I didn't realize that we would not be able to charge things easily and no wifi with low signal, pretty basic. We are all sharing a room of hammocks all 16 of us with another group coming tomorrow it will be crowded and probably sweaty. It's just roasting, we ate lunch which was OK but we were so hot that there was not much appetite. I had a much needed and wanted shower it was quite cold but amazing I didn't ...
... will miss our 1st day of Spanish.
In a rare outing of good luck we managed to jump on a bus to Curitiba pretty sharpish, ........... but then we hit more roadworks and arrived at 1.00am. The hotel was near the bus station, and that was about its only redeeming feature. The noise was so load from the road below IŽd have bet anybody, anywhere, anything that the window glass was in fact clingfilm. Unbelievably, upon checking the next morning it turns out I would have ...
... De Iguazu breaking up a 15 hour bus ride into a 6 and a 10 one. But it’s got a couple of nice things to see as well. We emerged from our bus as cryogenic humanoid samples. A little tip for the South American traveler; the buses can be notoriously (apparently) cold so dress like you’re mountaineering and pack a sleeping bag. We didn’t, so not only did we endure a longer tenure on the bus but in freezing conditions as well. Lesson ...