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... the road - we had 300km to Brasilia.
The journey was pretty uneventful, we had a couple of pit stops, but reached the capital at midday. After finding the hostel, we checked in, took our laundry to the washing machine (more on this later!!) and then went down to prepare lunch. This was my groups last meal for the time being - we don't have to do it again for a week or so!
After a shower and a quick sort out, we caught the local bus ...
... and I'll leave the match report to the expert.
As the game is nearly at an end, the young man on my right engages us in conversation. He is well travelled- born in Brazil, high school on Canada, university in France, worked in Germany etc etc and whole he was chatting to me there was an 93rd minute goal to Switzerland, sealing their victory.
Our chappy seemed to put football second to telling us the must do sights, especially the JK memorial which was 'just ...
... s changed is the weather I’m still holding it together hey
You can act like you don’t know or you don’t wanna know what’s past Pluto
But if you heads in the pillow and you buts in the air they gonna put it right there yo
One day I know that it
It will get better music is healing
I love the feeling
One day all people will be all equal
Until that day comes i’ll just be singing my song
Nous sommes donc restés 3 jours de plus à Brasilia pour faire la fête avec Belen et Leo. Vendredi soir, Léo mixait dans une soirée et samedi c'était l'anniversaire de sa sœur toute la journée. On a eu droit à une fête typiquement brésilienne, avec une Fejouada, de la Capirinha, une groupe de musique et surtout de la samba. Superbe ambiance jusqu'à 3 heure du matin.
... Force Academy – architecturally speaking. The Academy and Brasilia were constructed in the same time period and the similarities are striking. In fact, the city is structured in the shape of an airplane! The residential and commercial blocks of the capital are the wings and the city’s main government buildings and monuments were located in the fuselage. Crazy!
Brasilia is unique on many levels; it is about to turn 50 ...