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... as an almighty thunderstorm hit and could enjoy cable Tv for the
night. Did pick up a bottle of Bier Hoff, a local stout, to enjoy it with.
Am finally getting my ear in a bit more with the Portugese,
where everything is “how, now brown cow” – no is “nao” and of is “no” –
confusing or what!
... in a taxi, easy come easy go I guess.
We went to the stadium to see if there were people there selling some there. Again there were more Aussies wanting to buy tickets than the amount actually going to the game. We decided to give up and go to the fan fest and just have fun. Fan fest was ages away and once we got there we hopped out of the cab and was told that we needed a bracelet to enter and they were at capacity. Add that to the disappointment. Next best thing? ...
... unknown sauce with it!) Chris started to get stressed that they had actually served us the first meal we'd try to order before we'd known it was for 2 people. Anyway, the bill came it turned out it was the same 1 meal- just huge! It came to R$74 including a drink each which equates to about £20 in total. Awesome! Our hostel was in a place called Barra De Lagoa and was right on the seafront with an amazing view! Hello ...
With two 6 hour bus journeys back to back we arrived into Curitiba at 10.30 at night.This city was very clean and very well organised with beautiful shops and cafes.
The transportation system using buses built by volvo with double accordian that can take 270 passengers with special boarding platforms was introduced many years ago by the Architect and three term Mayor Jaime Lerner back in 1971. He was also responsible for pedestrianising ...
... and New Year and did not see Alex again until he came to London and I stopped by Curitiba at the end of my 2009 trip to Argentina. I feel like we are brothers who just don't get to see each other much.
My plans changed and I departed Buenos Aires for Chile, Bolivia and onwards in a clockwise direction, meaning Curitiba would be one of the last stops on my trip. Little did I know that Caroline and Big would get there before me. Big had obtained his ...