Ingleses Praia Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... We shared the nicest seafood platter I have ever had and a bottle of white (Brazil is not big on wine by the glass much to James' dismay!) it was so good we had it again just before we left with more vino naturally :) The lagoon is a great place to people watch. Being a sunday afternoon it was very busy with families and friends dipping their toes in, swimming, paddle boarding or just chatting along the pontoons. We shared an early ...
... park which she informed me could absolutely not be missed upon pain of death and so the afternoon was spent on the shores of a small lake in which the world's biggest rodents swam in. Even being forewarned of their size doesn't really prepare you and whilst the majority were fairly cautious of humans (even though they are in a public park) we got within touching distance of one on its own and got the desired photo ops. The only other thing to say about Curitiba is the bus system ...
... a lot of what was going on. The sun did come out for an hour or two and there was a fantastic sun set over the beach.
The weather got much worse the following day and the forecast was the same for the week. With the exception of Ilha Grande (another beach!) we had avoided the rain for the whole 5 months so I suppose I was due some rain. The problem was that apart from the beach there was nothing to do! ...
... Aussie right, we should be able to handle this situation in the wilderness with wild animals??
All I could think about was the movie 'Snakes on a Plane'. Although in this case, more like 'Snakes in the Jungle' with Vipers and Black Mumba Snakes we had been told about by other travelers that stalk and strike their prey. So, we did what any other chicks would do - we started singing, rapping to our own songs, giggling like mad, ...
... so blatantly averting Nature. Ah, but thinking about the day, I realize Nature has come up with a
weapon against umbrellas. It's called Wind. Dang you Nature....Nevertheless, my umbrellamigo has served my quite well in the last 24 hours, using it's Mary Poppins powers to allow me to traverse small rivers in a single bound, protecting me against malicious bus-induced sidewalk tidal waves, and making me look like a boss.
Oh and btw I have my ...