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... is a tour guide because few people in Brazil speak English. They don't teach it in any schools. She made a good point that Brazil is so far away from the US and Europe that they are out of the main stream of the world. They do alot of business with China. Porto Belo was a small fishing village but has been discovered by tourists. The tall sky scrapers are filled with "snow ...
Despite what the good book says, all the breweries appear to
be shut Sundays, or at least over Xmas & New Year, when most of the city
appears to have closed up and gone away. The empty streets are a pleasant
change but as I’m only here for the beer, a disappointment!
Still the cash ...
... to Blumenau. Not done yet as another crazy transport system, with many
terminals to change in before you can get where you want. Not only this, they
have these tiny turnstiles I can’t get through with my big pack – you buy your
ticket before boarding, give it to the conductor who issues another which you
have to give to the driver on your way out so you have to go through ...
... as an eco island, though on the way to the several bars & restaurants, you can hear both the music and the generator thumping away. Overpriced (despite me negotiating a 30% discount) walk to see some indistinct petroglyphs and a view of nothing. Did see a couple of iguanas & a snake quickly slithered from the path – all the reptiles, like me, are out sunbathing today after all the rainy days.
On the boat back, met the ...
... Shame about the big oyster farm blotting the landscape. Still drizzling and after 9km of walking, decided to seek lunch – at over £4 just for a plate of chips, stuck with a beer.
Surprisingly there were actually buses today but, as ever, no-one knew the times so decided to head to a major junction and try and hitch. After a 20 min walk, then a 15 min fruitless attempt to hitch, returned to the bus stop where some kind local lads stopped and took ...