The Good The Bad The Ugly
Fresh lime juice Oily food Adult braces
Espetinhos Hot dogs for breakfast Open-back shirts
Friendliness Waiting in line/taking turns Cake for breakfast
Use of thumbs up Driving in lanes Butterfly tattoos
Sugarfree juice Turnstiles on buses Playboy logos
When we weren’t laughing that stepping over an imaginary line results in drastically different food and behaviors, we were wading through tourists to admire the Brazil-side of Iguaçu Falls. We basically understood what all the fuss was about and took lots of waterfall pictures that all look the same.
In light of my previous posting, it was ironic when on the bus back to town, a 5-year old child boarded, confidently and without hesitation squeezed herself between my knees to balance, and then promptly fell asleep for most of the 40 minute ride. Ha.
Oh, and thanks to Laura, the absolutely crazy (in a good way) owner of the pousada we stayed at, for advising Juan that you can either have one woman or two women which ultimately turns into zero women when one of them finds out about the other. Wise words.