Slaviero Slim Centro
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... me, due to my feel still not doing what they should be, went on a hike where they learnt about all the different plants and there medicinal uses as well as seeing lots of different birds. Our final activity was a day drive where we drove along looking for animals before going for a short walk in the bush. We stopped at the lake we saw full of Cayman which now had a family of capybara on the banks and we got out and walked around the edge ...
... there was a super nice guy standing there who saw what was going on and really really helped us to the point of literally taking us there. Thank you kind brazilian business man.
We arrived and when I saw a heap of turtles swimming in one of the lakes, my frustration of travelling to the other side of the city was lifted. Add to this, watching a stork get attacked by 2 other birds made the afternoon pretty enjoyable. We headed to the ...
... in the downtown, hoping on and off the tourist bus and also did a couple of trips to some of the sights. Paul also spent a concerning amount of time staring longingly at buses and bus stops (!).
One of the highlights was a trip to the Museu Oscar Niemeyer which was designed by the famous architect of the same name. It's an amazing building in the shape of a eye that is mounted on a podium in the ...
... or so looking through his family’s photo albums, getting a glimpse of both major and minor events in their lives. Children’s birthday parties always seemed to be big events for both kids and adults and always included a healthy dose of brigadeiro, which is definitely something that I will be keeping in mind for my next birthday. We had the chance to see wedding pictures from when his parents were married back in the 1980s, and it turns out ...
... My whole tour went silent and I started sweating like a trooper! My tour guide was swearing under her breath and freaking out. All I could do was keep smiling and try to stay calm. THEN the immigration guys cracked up laughing and I (who can't speak a word of Portuguese) translated that as they were joking and I was in fact fine to swap passports. So in my rush of delight - but cheeky anger at the immigration guys - I stuck both my fingers up at them and said '**** ...