Ai quanta emoçao! Eu nasci no Paraná, sou paranaense!Que saudades do meu Brasil!Filhote tá vindo para passar as férias da Universidade que ele faz no Brazil, vem curtir o colinho da mammy aqui!E vai pegar aquele inverno com neve :)Imagina meu coraçao de mammy como está ansioso aguardando as festas!Amei sua primeira foto, está maravilhosa!No Brasil agora é verão e eu imagino o forno e umidade que deve estar fazendo em Foz do Iguaçu, normalmente lá já eh calorão!AbraçosLéia
Okay, I think I'm getting the picture - sort of (from your In The Wild blog)...Quite impressive! Is round-topped building where you stayed on this trip?
@Jacob: I remember asking what the round building in Brazil was but I totally forgot it, sorry... :-)
How very cool. Very historic I think. MB
that is fascinating. never knew that. thanks.
three countries ? wow ! take care !!!
Not only a beautiful photo, but a fascinating concept. I always get a strange feeling about things that make you so aware of what country you're in. It's hard to explain, but this would be one of them.
What I just said is related to a place - to a spot on the map - not like looking and seeing people and market or something, but to defining location. It's surreal.
Ciao J M, the countries are divided, but nature makes them meet in the beauty!Have a good day!
I've been at a similar crossroads of countries with Thailand, Lao and Cambodia. Amazingly similar...
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