Mon Chateau Pousada
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... So, it seemed they were doing checks for drugs or electrical goods being brought over from Paraguay. Ciudad del Este in Paraguay sells electrical goods to foreigners tax free, making big savings for Argentinians and Brazilians at least. I had thought about going there for a camera, as mine stopped working soon after arriving in Argentina.
Anyway, enough about that. Despite wanting a quiet, relaxing time here, I hadn't expected to be ...
... cama seats which fully reclined (£75) not cheap but figured we were saving a night's accommodation, and I had heard rumours there offered a full bar service and dinner onboard, I figured its the closest I'm ever going to get to travel first class and was bizarrely looking forward to it. The rumours were just that! Whilst the snack box shaped like the bus was very cute, dry crackers and biscuits had not featured on my imaginary gourmet menu, ...
... admired by urban planners worldwide for its manageable traffic flows, public transportation, pedestrian walking streets and many sustainable practices, Curitiba is the efficient, ugly stepsister to Rio. Without a beach. So instead of Fresno, Curitiba would be more like Burbank. Or judging by the number of female rentable companions that strut up and down the street behind our hotel, maybe it’s more like East L.A.
Still we had to make a ...
... bus left right near our hostel so it was easy to get. The traffic again was pretty bad we had been on for a while so were getting over it, so once we were going down the hill near the town we decided to get off and walk the rest of the way.
It turned out that we should've stayed on a little longer because we had to walk for over an hour to reach the town. It was the afternoon now so we were both really hungry and wanted lunch. All the shops we passed were ...
... overcast and it was drizzling. However, I was determined to make the most of it and joined a university project that did walks around the local area. The tour was in Portuguese which was a problem but two of the students spoke English and Spanish. For some reason which is still unknown to me, they decided to do the translation in Spanish (I was the only non Portuguese speaker). This actually proved quite fun and ...