Brasilia Alvorada Park
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... 75 R per hour/per student so for around a grand total of 3750R. It is now 7:47 PM and we were starving so we decided to eat at a restaurant called Sabor do Sul. We ate grilled and stewed local fish at a budget price of 22.5R each or 45 real altogether. It was located a short walk from our hotel so we walked to and from it. There was so much food we had a ton of leftovers that we brought to our hotel. When we walked back to the hotel it was 9 o' clock so we went to bed.
... animals and birds!
Here we are - bush camp number 2! We are camped out at the back of what could be described as a 'service station' Brazilian rural style! It was extremely kind of the owner to let up a make camp here - he has a bar, if necessary plus a pool table! But the biggest result is not only a toilet, but also a shower!!!! I have already been in ...
... basic walk as us. We arrive at the stadium, and it is another impressive architectural feat. The stadium is brand new, created for the World Cup, and looks it. Everything looks clean and modern, as you would expect. We buy some Brahma, of course, and venture to our seats which are not quite as good as the ones in Rio, but only because they are bit higher up.
The stadium is packed with people cheering for ...
... airflow through the city. They even
imported trees from all over the world so that there would always be flowers,
it’s a really pretty place.
The city is built in districts, in the shape of an aeroplane
– the body of the aeroplane is the business district (really mostly government
departments) and the wings are the residential parts. It all fronts on to a
huge artificial lake. There are no street names, just numbers, and every block
When you are travelling for an extended period of time it's sometimes difficult to predict where you will be on a certain date and often your plans change along the way. However there is always an outline plan, and when in July my sister Miranda said "where will you be at Christmas, James and I want to come and visit you" we quickly and fairly roughly came up with "Brazil".
When you only have two weeks for your holiday, time is precious so back in July ...