Pestana Curitiba Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the front of the 300+ strong group. Ryan follows without as much vigour. Something doesn’t seem quite right when they arrive. The venue is beautiful and instead of a few beers vouchers handed to them on arrival the group sees before them, tubs filled with Skol and coke. Cirsty checks her watch and leaves the coke in the tup. Ryan checks his watch (9.40am) and grabs a Skol. Beers continues to be refilled and little hamburgers even keep being brought ...
... the garden and then headed towards the AIESEC
There wasn’t a whole lot of work to do but the whole day I met a
stream of lots of AIESECers. It was quite difficult to remember all the
names but I did manage to commit a few names to memory. When I’m
memorising new names, I have ...
... so incredibly helpful and efficient.
With the repair completed they called a taxi for us and we headed to the historic center for the evening.
The next morning we return and wordlessly fall into our familiar routine, Patrick filing the flight plan, completing paperwork and fueling up. Greg and Cathryn packing the plane, cleaning the windows and pumping ...
... with a bit of milk, honey and granola and sure-fire way to kick start that metabolism (if ya know what I mean).
The remaining day we had in Curitiba we used to visit the botanical gardens. It took us close to an hour and half to get there as they’re just outside town, but we happened to get on the wrong bus and ended up in some dodgy industrial estate where smashed toner cartridges and pornographic DVD cases littered the nearby bushes. We ...
Right people! Some trusty Loz/Han advice! FLY ACROSS THE BOLIVIAN BOARDER!
We managed to get on the earlier overnight train from Santa Cruz which meant we arrived to Puerto Suarez (Bolivian Boarder) 4hrs earlier than we were supposed to...however this wasn't much help as it was a Saturday with half the Immigration staff working and the boarder would be shutting at 12:30pm. Stinking hot, no shade, feral Bolivians everywhere, no order to this line up (they ...