San Juan Royal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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We arrived at our destination just before 11 where we would be leaving sponge bob the truck and getting a lift along a dirt road to a hostel/ working ranch farm where we would be spending the next three days. The farm had a welcome pool and hammocks for relaxing and some pet pigs that wandered around.All the meals were included and every one was extremely tasty made using meat and vegetables from the farm. After arriving we had our ...
... their memory. Eventually they find the main road and some friendly English speaking Brazilians that confirm they are heading in the right direction. After a quick stop off at McDonalds for a Sundae the pair arrive safe and sound at their hotel after a long sobering walk.
... also had what appears to be a coffee maker and water cooler equipped,
though no one used it.
The 7 hour bus ride went past like a breeze and I was picked up at
the bus station by the LCP Tyemi (pronounced chiemi as I found out) and
an alumnus called Jacqueline. I felt kind of bad because the bus was
running a bit late and ...
May 1st is a holiday here in Brazil, which means that everything is closed down for the day. Luckily, a friend from UFPR invited me to his house for a churrasco, better known as a cookout back in the United States. I love cookouts so I was super excited about the chance to see how it is done here in Brazil. Jose picked us up at the hotel in the morning to take us out to his house, which is a 30-40 minute bus ride from Curitiba. When we arrived we met his ...
... tour to fight back...and take the Bolivian's on in the line!
Lauren and I finally pushed our way in front of the Immigration people (elbows worked a treat...even if it did mean Lauren got freakily licked on the leg by a little girl). It turns out Immigration saw our whole tour group trying to push our way in (us Gringos stand out like dogs balls!)...and told us to get to the back of the 500 person cue (which could take days)...Lauren then thought this ...