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Travel Blogs from Curitiba
... when we have downtime.
On Friday (day 22), our wait in Curitiba truly paid off with an interview of one of Brazil's major success stories when it comes to Entrepreneurship. The story of Bematech. A business started by Marcel and his partner while still in University that went through a university incubator, private equity and a few other rounds of funding before going IPO. This ...
... village. We hesitated at first whether or not to abort this journey. Curiosity and our desire to reach the zoo allowed us to cross this village which we found to have been quite charming and filled with friendly people. Unfortunately we did not take the time to stop and take a picture but it was quite a nice feeling and sight to be surrounded by happy people amidst ...
... nationalities and also the largest Japanese population outside of Japan.
- Food to some extent. Brazilians eat a lot of rice ...
... into what I would do if it got cold. Anyway it didn’t matter – I managed to get through the afternoon without freezing to death. As the afternoon wore on, Ricardo , Fernanda and I kept getting crazier - not sure if it had anything to do with the beer consumption - how ever things were definitely getting a lot lighter headed , and we started taking really funny pictures, Ricardo had started singing like what he thought was indian music and Oh my God was ...
... relaxed and hung out in a cafe. We all then went to dinner. I just finished packing my bags as I have to be up at 6AM tomorrow morning to catch a 3 hour train to head to the coast. I'm not sure when you will hear from me again as I don't know what my set up will be, what my internet access will be, etc. I do have my new bday journal for me to write all about it though!!! =)
I will miss my host family here so ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center