Quality Hotel Curitiba
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... chairs and start doing the Samba. Ryan joins them and is sure that if he wasn’t wearing an Australian jumper people would have thought he was Brazilian with his moves. Cirsty finds an older Aussie couple to chat with while Ryan hones his dance moves. Ryan conducts an interrogation of a fanatics staff member for some answers over the bus incident, they only information that he gains is that we should be prepared for another incident on our next ...
All in all a pretty easy trip via KAL from Los Angeles to Sao Paulo on a nice big 777-300. After a 4 hour layover in SP we were off to Curitbia. The first question you'll ask is "where is THAT and WHY did you go there??? BFF Carla and I decided to enjoy a little World Cup atmosphere but not TOO much atmosphere. We picked Curitibia because it's ...
... together and smell burning while waiting for your pasta sauce to cook. All the sorts of glamourous travel things that I´m sure people were hoping to read about.
Today we went on the Serra Verde Express which winds up the mountiain from Curitiba to Morretes, taking about 3 hours each way. This more than lived up to what we had heard about it - dense, emerald green forest studded with bright ...
... there instead of Floronopolis due to a plane crash. Guess our flight was going better than theirs.
We got off the plane, onto a bus, into the terminal, back on the bus and back to the plane. This took an extra 1 1/2 - 2 hours. Then back to Floripa ...
... to swap over to my British passport in Brazil....much to the stress of my tour guide who could not believe what I was about to attempt...she thought it would be back to Bolivia for me as I would need a Bolivia stamp on my British passport not my Aussie! I was determined to smile my way through this situation...but then the Immigration guys looked at what I was trying to do...and just turned their thumbs down to me and basically in Portuguese told me - I had no ...