Slaviero Suites Curitiba Batel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Starring: Ryan, Cirsty, Fanatics, Bozza, Lazza, Charlie Yancos, Security Guards, Other aussies
Location: Flash Pre-match venue, Streets of Curitiba, Brazilian Bars, McDonald's
The pair rise early and head to breakfast hoping to change their opinion on the food service. They walk out of the restaurant glad that they have mastered ordering McDonald's in Portuguese as they will be needing it today. Ryan is excited ...
... and by the time I
left the office today about 6.30pm, people are just arriving for
classes. We really have it easy in New Zealand; I would like to see
anyone suggesting that we have 7pm classes.
So I took a bus to the uni today. For those interested, Curitiba is
the first city in the world to implement ...
... area has over 3.2 million people. The largest city in southern Brazil and it has the highest HDI (Human Development Index, a United Nations measure of well-being in a country) in the country. The sky line is filled with modern high rise buildings.
It is late afternoon when we arrive at Bacacheri Airport. A former military base, it is a massive General Aviation ...
... different, trees line and encase the streets, and there’s plenty of parks.
The newer areas of the city are great too, some of the shopping malls are world class, with some great restaurants; we went to this place called ‘Chopp’ (which was right near an Outback steakhouse) had a really friendly waiter help us order a fried chicken basket with garlic, lime and Tabasco, washed down by a heady draft beer. Delish! Pastry shops ...
... where we all wished each other a lovely 'illegal immigrant’ night’s sleep as we nodded off in our hammocks. Unfortunately our 5am wakeup call meant we waved goodbye to our cherished farm as we headed back to our worst nightmare...the Bolivian Boarder. We were keen to get to the boarder early to beat the cue. Not so lucky...when we arrived at 8am we were 400th in the cue...it appears people had slept there overnight...grrr. So it was time ...