Slaviero Suites Curitiba Soho
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... went for a bit of sightseeing and market shopping with Karen, a Brazilian woman staying in the same dorm at the hostel. First we went up a tall telecoms building with a panoramic viewing tower at the top. The views aren't the most amazing, but it was nearby and worth a quick visit. Then we headed to Lago do Pradem, an excellent market where I bought a T-shirt and a small man bag. We also went into a mosque by the market. ...
My new home, Curitiba. I arrived in this lovely city, so much like Brisbane. My original plan was to stay here for around 2 weeks, see 4 world cup matches and then move on.... my how plans have changed.
First night in a new town, a little at a loss as to what to do, I did what any sports nut would do and looked on the internet for a sports bar in walking distance from my accommodation. I found a place called Cartolas, 500 mtrs away - off I went to watch a game. When I ...
... swim up to within feet of you trying to steal your bait or a fish that someone had just caught, one girl even hooked a caiman and needed the guide to help her get it off the line. Our guide assured us that they were harmless and that we should be more concerned about the otters, which can be pretty dangerous but never came too close. The horseback ride was nice but it was pretty slow going. All the horses were older and very tame, Rachael's was blind in one eye and insisted ...
... 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 ...