Train to Morretes

The train, a narrow gauge railroad and a very, very slow moving train.  It does not matter, tourists have a lot of time, and a lot of pictures to take.

The train, a narrow gauge railroad supporting a very, very slow caboose. It does not matter as tourists have a lot of time and a lot of pictures to take.

Selfie.  Korean and Brazilian.

Luciana Oliveira, who invited Sun me on the train ride to Morretes.  Selfie. Hippy Market, Curitiba.

Looking out the window of the train to Morretes, this is what one sees

Looking out the window of the train to Morretes this is what one sees

Sun me in Morretes

Sun me in Morretes

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Sun me in front of shade trees, Morretes

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