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... a museum dedecated to Brasilian Indigenous people.
One of the highlights o fthe city, The JK Museum, would have provided the perfect amount of shelter from the rain, but it was R$10 and I really didn't feel any need to go inside, because, as you all know by now, I hate museums. Plus the highest point in the city was just behind the museum and that holds far more significance to me that some guy, despite just being a cross on a hill.
The sky started to clear so ...
... would echo in the rafters of that now derelict building as you left. I was going to miss heading down to the club with close friends and joining the queue. Seeing other friends with the buzz of excitement on their smiling faces and bright eyes as we wait to get in. The surprise of seeing an old face that you used exchange a hello with in front of the DJ booth back at the Phoenix all those years ago. What was their name again? The exchange of hugs, kisses and ...
... over the place, there is really no bar district in Brasilia and no where that we can easily walk. We miss Rio badly. Instead of going aimlessly throughout the city, we decide to just go down to the hotel restaurant, get some beer, and watch the game. Turns out to be a popular decision as there are a number of tourists who begin to fill the restaurant up as the game (France/Ecuador) continues. Clearly, Brasilia is not Rio. Oh well, only in ...
... I didn’t know which
Slight grumblings in camp as the truck had run out of beer!
Everyone was supposed to swap jobs when we entered Brazil, but they asked us to
keep doing the bar – we agreed but only if we just did the money collection,
receipt logs and the changing of currency, and not the shopping – we were
spending our whole time trying to change money up ...
... up and down steep & slippery paths, clambering over bobbing boats (albeit with the comment "is this a good idea?"), taking a powerboat ride under Iguazu Falls for a power drenching or more straightforward things such as swimming or eating (not sure how much she told the doctor on her return though!). When we met them at Sao Paolo airport they were surprisingly lively after a long flight and keen to hit the streets to take in the night air.