Ibis Curitiba Centro Civico

Address: Rua Mateus Leme 358, Curitiba, State of Parana, 80510-190, Brazil | Hotel
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          End of our Sabbatical

          A travel blog entry by timelaine on Jul 24, 2015

          8 comments, 38 photos

          We have arrived back home to Curitiba ,Brazil. Eleven months have past since we left home on our sabbatical adventure. This trip has been transformational. We have gone to so many amazing places and done so many incredible things. It was not an easy decision to just quit my job and spend almost a year traveling around the world, but reflecting back it was one of the best decisions we have ever made and it has changed the way we look at the world and all the ...

          Brazil - Curitiba

          A travel blog entry by mattcoopers on Jun 22, 2014

          ... speaking country. On the way out of the stadium, the police officer took me on a short stadium tour, of the empty stadium. He was really nice and liked Australia. He live Coopers beer and asked if I was a relative of them. I get back to the hotel, and Rimba is lying in the bed. He jumps up to hug me, thinking that I had spoken to the police and got him off his charge. He had been told that he would be escorted to his hotel an then to the airport to leave the country. Then, ...

          Hammocking around

          A travel blog entry by bexewall on Oct 30, 2012

          2 photos

          Slept well on the night train surprisingly it was quite comfy lots of leg room. We got to Brazil it's so hot we are all sweating messes! We got a seriously sweaty bus to Pantanal which is like Brazilian jungle type environment. Then got an open top bus it was like being on safari I started to burn quite quickly and all of us were sweating on the seat in desperate want of a shower.

          We arrived to the farm we ...

          Hangin in the City

          A travel blog entry by teambrazil6950 on May 12, 2010

          ... to take the wheelchair that was offered and the team took turns wheeling me around. This included Jim running me down a hill and letting go a bit down the hill, Sarah almost dumping me out of the chair due to hitting an uneven part of the pavement and Sarah pushing me up a huge hill - you go girl! I'm sure Doug will be posting some awful photos of me re: this as usual.

          We went to ...

          B'day on the most famous train journey in Brazil!!

          A travel blog entry by nikandads2008 on Nov 29, 2008

          44 photos

          ... did make you wonder at times how safe this journey was at the moment but you knew that ultimate safety was the priority with the staff so we trusted all would be ok and it was. Then 5 hours later, 2 hours later than planned, we came into the lower valley area after descending 900 metres almost and finished at the small town of Morretes. As we came close to the village, local children were running along with the train waving, barefooted, scantily ...