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... that we shared) for 9.27R so for food we spent 20.63R. From here we took a bus from the hotel to the Cathedral of Brasilia for 4R (for both of us) and took us 46 minutes to get there. We chilled there and looked around for 45 minutes. Then we took the same bus back to our hotel and it cost the same and took the same time. Since we were running low on funds we decided to teach English in our hotel room for 5 hours with 5 students for each of us (10 in all) at a cost ...
... my phone! Amazing! It was a particularly colourful sunrise, with the perfect amount of cloud cover to add to the effect!
Today is going to be a 'truck appreciation day' - basically this means we will be travelling all day! The weather is absolutely beautiful and as we are now heading further into the interior and into the wilderness, we should start seeing ...
... drinks on the side, so we split each shot by mixing with the mango juice or Coke. Tastes pretty good. Each of us drinks enough to get sufficiently buzzed, one of us more than the others, and we venture out to the stadium.
We are able to see the stadium from the hotel and had decided early on that we were going to walk it. The walk takes about 15 minutes and is pretty straightforward, since everyone is making ...
... iconic, Niemeyer only
died last year at 105, and had worked on new constructions until fairly
recently, so his style really changed. You can tell it was meant to be a
capital, as they obviously spared no expense – the buildings are beautiful,
pompous and yet really functional – there was no air conditioning then, so most
are surrounded by water or have it running through them, have huge concrete canopies and all apartment
buildings are built on stilts ...
... activities as well. I swam to a nearby desert island, which turned out to be a private island, so I had to swim right back. There was also a boat trip to the Isla Perro, which is like the Isle of Dogs but with shorter buildings and better snorkelling. Lots of beautiful tropical fish could be seen in a shipwreck close to the island. Even living in a hut, with no running water or electricity lines, it was just ...