Ibis Curitiba Batel
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... city, I didn't feel the need to go back to my old hotel, so I decided to find a new one. I was walking around and I found a good one. It was called Hotel Tibagi. It wasn't as nice as the others, which was nice so I didn't get so distracted from the amazing culture around me. I got my stuff together, and went out to dinner. I went to the Churrascaria Jardins Grill. The food was amazing and nothing like I would have at home. ...
... and by the time I
left the office today about 6.30pm, people are just arriving for
classes. We really have it easy in New Zealand; I would like to see
anyone suggesting that we have 7pm classes.
So I took a bus to the uni today. For those interested, Curitiba is
the first city in the world to implement ...
... and Priya are insect repelling themselves as they don't have malaria tablets I've not been bitten once on this trip... Touch wood! There are soooo many bugs! I hate them I am not an outdoorsy girl at all, and frogs too, eurgh! They keep freaking me out and I keep screaming, I had a frog sat on my foot! Looking forward to tomorrow doing piranha fishing and horse back riding but only walking boooo so no cantering or jumping ...
... area has over 3.2 million people. The largest city in southern Brazil and it has the highest HDI (Human Development Index, a United Nations measure of well-being in a country) in the country. The sky line is filled with modern high rise buildings.
It is late afternoon when we arrive at Bacacheri Airport. A former military base, it is a massive General Aviation ...
... the advertised tourist attractions are completely scribbled over. And in amongst those attractions are those horrible apartment style buildings. So it was a great moment to find an ornately decorated-in-blue-tiles downtown mosque, with a chap at the front reciting the Qua-ran in that wonderful singing tone. But the thing we’ve noticed so far in Brazil is that there’s a great attention to preserving some of the eco-landscape of the area; Curitiba ...