Blue Tree Towers Caxias do Sul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... as the rest! Even the cop at the border commented on how polite Brits are but he obviously hadn’t heard me in full flow!
The beautiful sunset over the Pantanal soon gave way to heavy drizzle/rain which continued all morning. Porto Alegre looked less than happy or appealing, especially given the difficulty I’d had getting locals to understand my Spanish, so decided to skip town for somewhere more manageable, Gramado, only a couple of hours ...
... online and since there was only one bus a day , Rob was getting a bit stressed about the next day!
Luckily, there was one member of staff at the hotel who spoke english and she was kind enough to call the bus company for us to book our tickets. She was an absolute life saver! I must remember to give feedback on trip advisor!
The bus wasn't for a little bit so we just chilled in the hotel lobby using the wifi. There was a brazilian family waiting for something ...
In Cuiaba we bordered a private chartered flight for just the Green and Gold Army.
The flight was fun as we each had TVs and were able to watch a live game of the World Cup.
When someone scored the whole plane would erupt with cheers and applause.
We were diverted mid air though as ...
... South American samosas)
2. Grilled meat (beef, pork, chicken, lamb) served with rice, beans and farofar (some sort of starch powder that Gen calls sawdust but you are supposed to dip your meat in it). Sometimes you get a salad.
3. X-burgers (x is pronounced 'shees' in Portuguese, so this is pronounced cheeseburgers) the Brazilian fast food, which is nothing like the American cheeseburgers. It consists of two almost pancake flat pieces of bread inside which you can ...
... and 3 kids. Its was very cramped but had a great homey feel. The kids going crazy in the evening when they were given milk mixed with Nesquick!! We tasted, not sure if its a Brazilian delicacy..but sardine, potato pasta! It was also here where i got more confused by the Portuguese language, with the family interaction happening so quickly. We heard Brazilian church singing coming from ...