Slaviero Executive Batel
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... some pictures. While walking we through a wooded area we saw more capybara and our guide showed us a fruit that when crushed it turned your skin blue and a vine that you cut and could drink water from. We headed back to camp disappointed that we wouldn't be spending any longer there as we had had an amazing time and enjoyed all the activities we had done. Luckily our next stop looked to be just as cool and was just over half a day's drive ...
... which is the symbolic building of curitiba. I have seen it before, but it's pretty awesome i was happy enough to see it again.
We navigated the bus system, pretty terribly to get home, which inevitably meant we walked half the way back. Once we arrived we cooked out $2 chicken pie that we had bought earlier and met a few more people. None awfully noteworthy.We finished the night by doing some more tefl study before we couldn't stay awake any ...
... a lake. The 'eye' is around 100m wide and 50m tall and forms a gallery space, some of which is devoted to the architectural creations of Neimeyer. Neimeyer is known for his brutalist style architecture, with his projects dotted all over Brazil each showcasing his preferred material of insitu-formed concrete used to create amazing curved forms.
We also came to the realization that Portuguese is in fact ...
... in a joking way!....double whoops...the group went even more silent, in fact there were gasps as I realised I had translated incorrectly and I was now standing in front of the two men that were my only hope of getting into the country and I had just offended them both at once...eeek. Our tour guide was yet again FREAKING OUT! My face dropped, but then luckily it turned out the guys did have a sense of humour and said they would do what they could and ...
... bus the following day just to get a general look at the place but sitting on the top deck of an open bus with grey skies and only jeans and t-shirts wasn’t the best idea. The tour took two and a half hours and when we got off, I swear that Ron and my teeth were chattering with the cold! We saw plenty of parks, a few memorials for Polish, Germans and Italians; the opera house, museums and a few other buildings of general interest but ...