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Fireworks all night but actually woken by noisy neighbour snoring!
Had to put on fan for white noise and then a blanket!
Hence the slow start – wasn’t at ferrorodoviaria until gone
10pm only to find there wasn’t a bus to Morretes until midday. Booked my train
ticket back for 3pm and killed the rest of the time on a coffee and a stroll
along the still deserted streets.
The drive from the top of the Serra Verde down towards ...
... situation which got rectified by someone else last min (thanks Li) but there was an issue with my phone getting texts. So i arrive at the bus station unsure what the deal was. So i went up to random lady and asked if there was wi-fi nearby. She was kind enough to get her phone out and call Li for me and obtain the address. So i eventually arrived all be it very late but i was there. I had some dinner and had some much needed ...
... seat she is like a women possessed). I heard before that New Zealanders go crazy behind the wheels but those people obviously haven’t been overseas. I think the main reason is that there are heaps of cars on the road so if you are not aggressive, you ain’t going anywhere.
... the huge river otters and guinea pigs, which wonder around the with there young trying to avoid the jaguars and pumas. One of the highlights of my journey has been the nature and wildlife, having been so lucky through out, it was fitting that I was left wanting more as the jaguar stayed behind the bush, only to be heard, with its smooth half growl, half purr. Along with the Tigers of India, I promise I will be ...
... as that’s where the mountain rescue team got off.
We arrive in Morretes just before lunch time which is a small colonial village surrounded by lush, green mountains and is very picturesque. We take a walk along the river before our main activity of the day – lunch. We head to lunch spot on the river called Madalozo for the local speciality called barreado – a meat stew served with rice, we ...