Praia Brava Hotel
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... ve not really been in the festive season. Christmas dinners, work parties and carols are alien to us both at the moment. One recurring image that reminds us both of the time of year are the quirky, inventive Xmas tress that the Brazilians create. Forget the traditional evergreen, over here it's old bottles of wine arranged in a cone shape, with tinsel and lights as decorations. So, after 3 weeks we say goodbye to sandy beaches for a while, as we head north-west to Foz do Iguasu. Caio ...
... in bed and the next one we simply walked around the city. The place had a lot of potential to be very beautiful and amazing, however since the weather was grim during our stay there we could not capture this beauty.
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... scrumptious salad... with Advocado, Chorizo, tomatoes, onion and lettace... which was delicious until Fliss found a tiny worm in her lettace and all of a sudden my appetite went! We met an Indian guy and Switz guy and girl and just hung out in the hostel with them all evening... exchanging stories of where we had travelled in South ...
... directions and you don't know which way to go. We took the mantra of 'If in doubt, go left' and maybe this is why we had such a horrific experience?
We took a left and the trail kind of disappeared and was swallowed by jungle, waist deep grasslands and rocks - a machete would have come in handy at this point! We were in 2 minds - turn around or keep going - we kept going, too proud to turn around and face the bus 45 mins away. I mean come'on ...