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... later departure is bad for my body and I nearly fell asleep in the lounge. As I waited, the departure time was brought forward by 15 minutes (every little helps) and we were called to board even sooner. So perhaps it won't be that bad.
As I approached the gate in could see a melee of people waiting to get on. Fortunately there was a fast track and I went straight through. Interestingly, business class passengers went through a different exit and boarded through a ...
... admit I was too much of a fanny to take a picture of them after my telling-off at the England training camp. The area is pretty seedy too and we get an eyeful from some strippers who presumaby left their poles to come and watch...
Went to a Peruvian restaurant and foolishly ordered chicken and rice. One each for me and Aidan. Forgetting most meals in Brazil come portion sized for two. Once I'd picked out all the chicken from mine, Brisa said I could have a nibble on ...
... song :) ), sipping on coconuts and having yummy food on the beachfront. The next day we met up with Pip’s friend who moved over here and set up a nail salon, he tried to sell me a treatment but could not argue that despite us being "backpackers" my nails were perfect, hehehe! He did however convince us (I still don’t know how) to visit a favela which is now “up and coming” and more of a “favela chic” than the dangerous ones I had ...
... interior has been installed and the plane is ready to be certified by the FAA and sent to the airline for delivery. Embraer used to have a cell type layout for the assembly of the their commercial jets where they would work on 6 jets at one time, and it used to take them 22 days for each jet to come off the production line. After studying the process they found that they were spending a lot of time moving people and tools around to work on the different jets, so they decided ...
... MG Clube do Brasil and Rally Director waiting for us. He very kindly drove us to the hotel in town which took ... over two hours! But everybody seems to take it sportingly and not much stress is aparent.
And it was raining and dull. A cold front swept in from Argentina (where else from?), so the weather forecast for the duration of the whole event is not good.
This morning Luis CÚzar picked us up from the hotel at a very civilized 10 am. He drove ...