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... down the street and she was kind enough to drop me at the bus station which proved to be pretty far away. Thank you again! We said our actual goodbyes but as I was running late I ran across the 6 lane highway (remember how I said that Brasilia is not a good city for pedestrians) and finally managed to pick up my ticket. I had a few minutes to spare so I grabbed some snacks before boarding the bus and putting myself to bed, again to the sound of Sertanejo
... with the best nights I have had and the best friends I have ever had. Many of the people I had met in those early stages of my Tangled experience I am still good friends with even today. This is something that almost every Tangled regular will be familiar with. I have been lucky enough to experience club nights all over the world and Tangled is still my favorite by some distance.
There are not many things that I regret in life. And I certainly do not ...
... instead of his boy Noah Vonleh who he had been slurping all week.
After about an hour of monitoring the draft, we head back up to the room for a couple of Skype sessions back home before heading of to bed, David still acting the fool. At one point, he started drinking the tap water, despite our explicit instructions to him that the water might not be potable. He didn't get sick, so I guess it was not that bad.
Woke up feeling awful again today, we are both sleeping
terribly, so nabbed Emma first thing to say that if there was an option to
upgrade to a room at the campsite we are staying at in Brasilia then we
definitely wanted to do it. Two nights in a bed would be absolute heaven right
now. You can always tell when someone has had a few bad nights sleep on the
trot as they get so grumpy, and we ...
... is over 30 degrees. Curitiba also introduced us to the amazing architecture of Oscar Niemeyer and strengthened my resolve to make the long detour to Brasilia.
The day before our big meet-up I had final check of the emails and it was quite a shock to receive one from Miranda "a bit of a hiccup, I've fractured my elbow, but it's OK I can fly..." In fact, despite all sorts of initial fears, the fracture was to hardly slow Miranda down at all. Whether it ...