Atibaia Residence Hotel
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... acts as a basic GPS and can send and receive emails and texts without mobile signal. I will supplement the GPS with a paper map of the whole of Chile and West Argentina. I may buy detailed trekking maps when I stop to go walking.
I am using a big power monkey travel battery to keep things charged, with plugs and a small solar panel to back up my dynamo charger.
I will use an FX travel card for money, as the exchange rates on it are good. I will always carry ...
... up clients. Chicks got into the club for free which helped the guy to girl ratio immensely. This night, we had a gram of coke before getting there at 2am. (This was coke that Rimba found in his shorts pocket, earlier that day. The coke was from what we thought we had lost in Port Alegre. Luckily he found it before walking through security at rio airport). It was good coke and got us where we wanted to be. Rimba attempted to climb a massive tree on the way to the club, as ...
... that do not know I have yet and more than that, there at the end, I look back and wish. my children and grandchildren will be proud of me, my courage, and my choices may fill my eyes with excitement, my memories of untold memories and my heart, well, that still vibrate with joy all I've done so far. "returning to the photo, there are nine months I decided to buy this map mundi and puts it at the head of my bed. I scribbled all this time. I started with an idea and ...
... area of Higienopolis in downtown Sao Paolo. One of the biggest highlights of the day was getting to see the Estadio Municipal Paolo Machado de Carvalho which our tour guide told us was the futbol stadium where such greats like Pele, Ronaldo and Rohnaldinho have all played before.
We had lunch at a local restaurant near where our hotel was located, and it was amazing traditional Brazilian food served ...
... to Niagara and said she found these falls more impressive, despite our slightly obscured view due to the rain.
After another night in Iguassu we decided to cross the boarder to Brazil and get the long night bus to Floronopalis. While waiting at the station in the Brazilian town of Foz, Cat and Cam caught us up. They were only to pleased that they had managed to cross the boarder and see the falls all in one day. Unfortunately a little snooze on the ...