Hotel Belo Horizonte Plaza
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Sam and I woke up and had some brekky before going straight back to sleep until it was time to check out. We have had so many nights out in concession lately that we just needed more rest.
We went over to Dona Vera's place to see Alex and Jess's family one last time. Alex and Jess had some stuff to do, so while they were out Sam and I walked to the bus station to get our bus tickets for tonight. We were off to Rio de Janeiro!
... of the gutter. We managed to find a way to control what was playing on the TV's throughout the hotel. A bit of a voyeuristic view for us watching people suddenly being exposed to a ridiculous comedy show being played at a volume that was far beyond regular speaking levels. Then it was more goodbye's with more people before heading back tot he hostel
We obviously slept in this morning, but then went to Jess' aunties place for feijoda and one final goodbye before everyone either continues on their adventure, or heads home. The taxi we chose literally drove all around the world trying to get us where we were going. I tried in my best Portuguese to get a discount cuz he had no idea where he was going and managed to knock a few reais ...
Today is the day! Tim and I met up in the hotel lobby and headed off to hotel where Alex was staying after we chilled out a bit in the morning. When we got there Alex was waiting for us with a big smile and not even the slightest amount of nerves. Rod arrived a little bit later and ordered room service because he had a bit of a bit night the previous night.
For the first time in probably a year, I shaved, got ready, and admired the view from Alex's balling ...
... other odds and ends are lying around, traditionally eaten for Saturday lunch at the end of the working week. On Saturday lunchtime we went to the central market to a famous restaurant called Casa Cheia to eat this. We had to queue up for about half an hour, but it was well worth the wait. Fortunately the traditional offal and gubbins were replaced with chunks of pork and delicious sausages, served with rice, chips and kale. Portions were huge.
We have ...