Sunday, March 14, 2010

Screwed up my blog

Well,  I thought I was handy and could figure out html.  Turns out I can't.  I can't get things back to normal! Is there a way to reset your blog without losing the posts?

I thought I had successfully changed my blog to a very DIFFERENT template (not just rounders 1, 2, or 3) and in doing so I had to 'tweak' the html coding just a touch.  Well now, as you can see, I have my blog posted and then further down to the right, we have my last entry posted AGAIN but this time in the small narrow column.

Until further notice, this blog will remain on this Minimalist template until I figure out how to un-un-screw (screw?) my blog.  Thanks Tanya for letting me know you weren't able to leave comments.  I was so sad because I've written 4 blogs in the past 4 days!  A little tear came out but I just pushed it back in.

OH YEAH and we FINALLY have cable here now, which means I can watch English tv again!!!  Give me a break ok? I ONLY watch portuguese TV,  I need a break.  And plus, tonight I watched like 3 hours of Discovery Channel which I haven't watched in 3 months!!!  I learned all about how to survive if my plane crashed in a field in the middle of winter.  Hey, it's good to be prepared right?

Oops, I'm going to stop joking about planes, Ro is certainly going to read this.  Might I remind you that he is deathly afraid of flying...?  Sorry again my love! Wow, two sorry's in two blogs... I really am a true Canadian.  :D

TCHAU GENTE!

3 comments:

  1. Hello Linds!

    Yay, your comments are working again! :D Earlier this week I wanted to tell you how much I relate to totally overeating at all-you-can-eat sushi. :) haha.

    So, the train! The train that we took went from Curitiba to Morretes. We paid for the train ride to Morretes and then a van ride back to our hotel. I'm not sure what your plans are before/after Curitiba, or if you're planning to get from Morretes to somewhere else (doubtful. Morretes felt like the middle of nothing). I'm not sure what you researched about a non-touristy train. Ours came with a guide who gave historical anecdotes along the way, along with a snack in the car. Then everyone has the option of having lunch together in Morretes (you pay separately).

    I don't know how successful you'll be in using this train as actual transportation to somewhere else, but even without that, it's definitely worth the day trip!!!!! :D :D :D Seriously hands-down one of the most beautiful things I've seen in my life.

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  2. Oiiiii! Ack the sushi thing? Before we went I tried to be rational and not decide to 'try a little of everything'... but you already know what's going to happen when you go to a rodizio starving. Hell, that's why you go!

    From Morretes, you can take a bus to Paranagua, which connects to a ferry which takes you to Ilha do Mel, a very pretty island that is foot and bike traffic only. Cars are not allowed. But it's a little expensive to stay overnight (and we're on a pretty tight budget) so we have opted to just go as far as Morretes and then go back, esp after seeing that is what you did.
    I don't really know what to expect about the non-tourist train. All reviews I read are about the tourist train and how it's totally worth it but I just can't spend the $$! Plus, my Lonely Planet book recommends the non-tourist train as well, so we'll probably just trail-blaze it and give our review after.
    Can't WAIT to get on this train... :D Thanks for your comments!!

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  3. YAY! For comments working. No problem. Glad to see I can comment now ;-)

    Tanya @ thelocal.com.br

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