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... Obah Hostel). Really nice place, nice people (Vitorio is friends with the staff here). Vitorio and I caught up for a while over a couple of beers and he walked me round the neighbourhood, showing me places and where he grew up. We are apparently having a BBQ at the hostel tomorrow. Met Vitorio's friends; Catchi (sp), Juliano and his French girlfriend (can't remember her name though). In a 12 bed dorm but I think there's only one other guest as far as I can make out. ...
... huge reader, but had just finished my first novel in about 15 years- "Waiting for snow in Havana" I was on a roll with books. Alex had it on her book shelf so I started reading it, then I kept reading it, and 4 hours later, I'd finished it. If you haven't already, give it a read. It's a pretty special novel.
That was the end of my productivity for the day. When Alex got home, we sat on the couch, feeling tired and not wanting to do anything, so we went to sleep. ...
... then we had plans to go on a night time bike ride through the city. Apparently a huge event that consists of hundreds of people riding through the streets of Porto Alegre causing chaos and stopping traffic. And an excuse to get drunk.
Anyway, we met up with 2 of Alex's friends Ramona from Germany and her friend Mike from Brazil who grew up in Texas. We rented our bikes from the little bike stands that dot the city and rode to where the meeting point ...
... very prevalent Gaucho culture and you have a very interesting, dynamic city. The main square, the market and the city hall are beautiful buildings and the surrounding area is filled with people. We saw some teenaged kids (maybe younger) dressed in full gaucho get up singing some traditional gaucho songs.
We tried to venture to the port, which the city is aptly named after, but we were abruptly turned around by a guard before we even got close to entering. It was ...
... at a reasonable hour. to make out connecting bus to Uruguay tonight. ****!
We waited another 2 hours, but came to the realization that we were going to be spending a night in Porto Alegre. A quick bit of research into hostels revealed one pretty close to the Rodoviaria that we were going to be arriving at, and it was pretty cheap. We got on our bus, which was not packed at all. ...