Transamerica Prime Batel
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... a brown rabbit the size of a dog and rather cute. After lunch we went on a horse ride which Vikki couldn't stop laughing throughout and was a lot of fun. This was followed later in the evening with a night drive to try and spot a jaguar! Unfortunately we didn't have much luck but got to see a huge lake full of Cayman that you could see all there red eyes reflected in the spotlight we where using to find animals. The next day ...
... food. When we finished the diner, they presented us with some home-made bakery products (we have never seen this before).
- Today we went to the modern art and design museum - a very diverse and interesting collection.
- Our last day in Curitiba was Sunday. All the city center has turned into a fair with various handicrafts, food, musicians and so on. Especially we liked an exhibition of old cars. Generally we loved Curitiba, and started understand a little the Brazilians.
... for the mountain train for the next day.
In the afternoon we did some washing (which is an event in itself when you do it in a tiny bucket), tried to find a tailors that was open and failed and went to the supermarket, again. We also argued with the Portuguese microwave as we couldnīt understand any of the buttons - although Iīm pretty sure that in any language you shouldnīt have to ...
It was time to head back to the coast to Ilha do Mel so we caught a night bus out of Iguazu and headed for Curitiba which was 9hours and it was about $60USD. Curitiba was just a quick stopover for us as we were getting the train out of there at 8.15am. This train is a tourist train which travels through the lush green forests to Morrestes from here we had to catch another bus to Paranagua which from here we had to catch a boat to Ilha do ...
... the band were not so lucky as they could not take their flight into Sao Paulo. Gutted. Meanwhile, I was left in the apartment with two cats for company. It had been over six months since I had had a place to myself and I was quite looking forward to some me time with a big TV for entertainment. After heading out for burgers and beers with Caroline, Big and, of course, my little buddy William, I made myself at home with two blankets in a bid to ward off the increasing cold. And ...