Bourbon Atibaia Convention & Spa Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it would cost three times the price for a bike maybe 2kgs lighter and being less reliable.
The frame on my bike is steel, hence the weight. But it is comfy and relatively easy to weld if bent. The frame has couplings to split in half, which has already made packing it a bit easier and only adds 200g or so.
The gears are Rohloff internal ones, a bit like the old Sturmey Archer things. They are again heavy, but are nearly indestructible and there are no ...
... that was the end of our time with the GG Army guys.
The next day the 4 of us took it easy and went down to see the craziest street that was half market half shops and had lunch at the indoor market again.
It has been great to see so many different cities in Brazil.
... Brazil is traditionally know for the amount of meat that they have with every meal and there was no shortage at lunch today. The fresh cooked pig, sausage, jerk beef, and dried beef with onions were nothing short of delicious. I finished off with some overly sweet butterscotch pudding, and an ice cold Bohemia cerveja.
After lunch we got our first real taste of some of the more interesting and ...
... br> abroad. Her friend, a really pretty Cuban but so young, it would have
been creepy to even ask how young.
We had a bit of a verbal ménage a trois going on as they spoke Portuguese
to each other, I spoke my limited Spanish with the Cuban and broken
English with the Londoner.
(My apologies to those of you who got here by googling Ménage a trois
and got less than hoped). Anyway we chatted ...
... to Niagara and said she found these falls more impressive, despite our slightly obscured view due to the rain.
After another night in Iguassu we decided to cross the boarder to Brazil and get the long night bus to Floronopalis. While waiting at the station in the Brazilian town of Foz, Cat and Cam caught us up. They were only to pleased that they had managed to cross the boarder and see the falls all in one day. Unfortunately a little snooze on the ...