Slaviero Suites Curitiba Batel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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If you have kids, you need to teach them about these amazing dudes called Capybaras. Here in Brazil they are wild and hang out at the local park/lake only a short walk from the city center. They are huge Guinea pigs that swim! One morning I headed out for breakfast by the lake - to hang with this very social group of possibly my new favorite ...
... goals. Brazilian and Australian colours! We ran out of paint and had to go to a local hardware store and stock up on more green paint.
We also painted poles and tires in the garden.
The kids who were watching us really wanted to join in the fun of painting and took over painting the goals and tires.
... in the pond. We caught the bus from there and originally planned to get off at a few places but then realised the time and decided just to complete the circuit. Not long into the trip, a massive storm struck! There was hail coming into the bus from the second level, down the stairs! We seemed to be driving up a river at one moment, and another time we had to drive over a power line that had fallen over ...
... my life, and change I shall.
I found a cr*p-load of sites dedicated to backpacking. I've spent the last few weeks just reading anything I could find about backpacking and I've started planning.
I've decided that my point of entry will be Holland. My favorite uncle and aunt live there, so it would be nice to pay them a visit and get used to the time difference. One week should do - don't want to overstay ...
We were dropped off at the old town and as sun set we sat in a cosy German beer-keller eating a feast of sausage, dumplings and borst, partly because our nice waiter didn't quite get how we wanted to par down our order - but never mind, the steins of beer were ace!
The next day we were up early to take the Serra Verde Express to Morretes at 8.15. The line was built to link the city with the port of Paranagua for the lucrative soy ...