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... a brown rabbit the size of a dog and rather cute. After lunch we went on a horse ride which Vikki couldn't stop laughing throughout and was a lot of fun. This was followed later in the evening with a night drive to try and spot a jaguar! Unfortunately we didn't have much luck but got to see a huge lake full of Cayman that you could see all there red eyes reflected in the spotlight we where using to find animals. The next day ...
On n'attendait pas vraiment grand chose de Curitiba pourtant elle nous a plaisamment surpris. On a visité un tout autre Brésil, une ville qui ressemble énormément aux USA et ses rues matrix et centres commerciaux. On a loué une voiture et conduit une partie de la forêt tropicale Atlantic via la fameuse Estrada Graciosa pour arriver à l'île de Mel avec un bateau. Quand on est revenu les ...
... he could recommend. He pointed to a fish restaurant just across the street which we went to after our free caipirinha! We ordered a meal to share and it could have fed 4 people easily!!! Prawns 5 ways. In a fried ball dumpling thing, cooked with garlic, cooked normally (I think just boiled) fried and then they brought out another large dish which had prawns in a sauce with breaded fish and rice. (We already had salad, chips ...
... through the door into the drivers cabin and straight into the window. He didn’t hurt himself so that was OK. Rob was absolutely bursting for the loo but some dirty so and so had gone to wrong toilet in the one on board and it was not usable anymore. Everyone knows you aren’t supposed to do that on the buses. Disgusting! When we arrived in Rio we got a taxi straight to the hostel where we were staying for one night until mum arrived the next day.
... had moved to London where he and Caroline got together but was returning for a few weeks of Brazilian summer and was joined by his English friends Andy and Phil.
I stayed for one night with Alex and his wife Camila in their apartment. I could not have hoped for a warmer welcome and we hit it off immediately - drinking, eating great food and me being humbled at Winning Eleven. I think I took the last part in good grace at least. The next day I left for ...