Bristol Upper Residence Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... have a proper meal, or what passes for one here – no veggies
or salad. They are really keen on the all-you-can-eat or by kilo buffet and
these gut busting “parades” of meat or prawns or oysters done 16 ways!!
Was a rush to cram it all in, see the rest of town and catch
the 3pm train. Luckily the rain didn’t start until just before 3 and didn’t
hang around for too long as needed the windows wide open to get air during couple
... new and was unfortunately the site of many construction workers deaths. The stadium was only officially completed last week and it was clear from the mish-mash of white, grey and dark grey seats that it was a last minute job. Nonetheless, the stadium design is spectacular and the seating angle very steep so we had a fantastic view of all the action.
As for the game, Spain were simply a class above our young cubs and without ...
... lot like Hamilton but a bit hotter. AIESECers from other cities did comment on how cold it is here so I am expecting hotter weather soon.
Arriving in the blazing heat of the late afternoon in Pantanal, I was expecting wetlands. Apparently a drought this year, a lot of the ponds have dried up (which also means less mozzies - yay. We also learnt that mozzies like black clothing which I'll remember forever). Our accommodation for the next few nights is a farm with horses, outdoors hammock area instead of couches and a tv, outdoor showers ...
... waterfalls and mountains. I even think I see the tail end of a panther/puma – not sure which, a bigger than average black cat – Jonny wasn’t quick enough to see it so I’m not sure he quite believes me....He maintains is was a monkey...
I think the train conductor feels a bit sorry for us as he comes to point out the main sites and tells us the names of things – the only one I can remember is the ...