Bristol Metropolitan Flat
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... offered jungles and views as far as the eye could see, with rocky crags,
a big winding river and the sea beyond.
Morretes was a lovely little town, with a colonial heart
along the big curves of the brown fast flowing river – this didn’t put of the
multitude of bathers, boaters and floaters. Was nice to see plenty of
establishments open and to finally enjoy a decent meal after weeks of Brazilian
breakfasts, lunchtime snacks & sandwich dinners.
Even knowing that Australia had no chance of progressing to the next round, the chance to play Spain, the Number 1 ranked team in the world, was exciting.
Spencer and I had a quick breakfast then took his brazuca ball to a local park near the hotel for a bit of pre-game practice. It wasn't long before we'd drawn the attention of some local boys and we have a pick up game. We took turns having shots on goal and dreaming of scoring ...
... lived in Taipei for half of my life so the "big city" culture shock wasn’t as prominent for me as for some people who are from a small town/city background. Secondly, I do strenuous research about a place before I get there which means I know a whole lot about Brazil and the cities I am going to already. I have mixed feelings about whether this is good or bad. On one hand I ...
... to **** off, its my fish) but then 2 caiman decided gang up and managed to snap the fish out of the otters hand, meanies. Then! With 10 mins to go I finally hooked a fish, then a second, then a third!! Was real exciting coz out of the 15 fish we caught, 12 were caught by girls and 3 by the boys! Girls win! They were cooked for dinner but I didn't eat them. Apparently ...
... we are unsure of the area and the local past time seems to be getting drunk by 8pm we end up eating fast food in a shopping centre.
Next day is an early start on our tourist train, we bought the cheap seats as didn’t see the point in paying extra for a Portuguese speaking guide and it turns out we have a whole carriage to ourselves apart from the mountain rescue crew heading to work. The train starts off pretty slowly ...