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... me, due to my feel still not doing what they should be, went on a hike where they learnt about all the different plants and there medicinal uses as well as seeing lots of different birds. Our final activity was a day drive where we drove along looking for animals before going for a short walk in the bush. We stopped at the lake we saw full of Cayman which now had a family of capybara on the banks and we got out and walked around the edge ...
... down to the supermarket and stocked up on bread, olives, crisps, dip and salad stuff. Great meal in the room to music. Lovely oppurtunity to meet and talk and let our hair down a little. Turned out all of us girls liked a cheeky glass of wine so a few bottles later, Jen (Canadian) and I were staggering back to our rooms in the small hours. The evening was eventful in lots of other ways. There was a MASSIVE flood on the second floor of the ...
... against the blue sky. The views across the mountains were spectacular (couldn´t get photos that did them justice) and the drops down to the waterfalls below the rickety bridges we crossed were equally amazing.
Morretes was a pretty little town but far too hot. I know, everyone in England will be thinking ´my heart bleeds for you´, but we don´t care, it was too hot! We had a couple of ...
... 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 ...
... br> On Monday Alex returned after I had spent the day with Caroline and William. I got to see their new apartment bereft of pretty much everything. Wow, what an amazing view over Curitiba. And I could really sense her extreme keenness to get on with the move and leave Big's mum's place. But, this being South America, there was still some paperwork problems to be resolved before they could get the keys. But they were getting closer. I just hoped I would get the chance to see ...