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I realize I'm quite behind on posting updates, but the combination of travel, games, sightseeing, and lack of internet connection has made it difficult.
Anyway, from Foz do Iguacu Luc and I next travelled to Curitiba for the final group stage match between Russia and Algeria. When the draw first came out, this certainly didn't look a very …
... a few more Caipirinhas the pair leave to find somewhere a bit quieter for dinner as the Brazilians are in party mode after their easy win. Hamburgers are again on the menu. Cirsty questions life as they know and Ryan does his best to keep up with the conversation. 2 hamburgers arrive even though they only ordered one. They take it away but Cirsty quickly goes and grabs it off the counter as they are the best hamburger she’s had all day. The pair leave ...
... for 9 hours! We've just had another stop, but still have about 2.5 hours to go! It's not been too bad - we've stopped three times to get off and the bus is very comfy! But it's still a long time! The road we are travelling on is very good, but very busy. The lorries are huge which are traveling along it in both directions, but I suppose it may be the only road connecting Curitiba with Argentina!! 19.07 Even in Brazil there are traffic jams! No idea where we are, no idea ...
clean, efficient, spacious, and orderly place. Guess I better stop with
those preconceptions aye. Anyway how things work here is that there are
heaps of different companies offering buses to different destinations.
It was pretty easy to find the one I need and after some pointing and
gesturing, I have a license to ride (a ...
After a free morning in Bonito we make our way towards the fabulous Pantanal.
The town of Corumba is a port city on the Rio Paraguay and the southern gateway to the Pantanal. We enter the Pantanal National Park for sightseeing in this fantastic region.
The Amazon may have all the fame and glory, but the Pantanal is a far ...