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Travel Blogs from Belo Horizonte
... we stumbled across a little restaurant ran by a local named Cris. A former biotech for the Brasilian Army and Navy, he now lives the modest life in Lapinha with his lovely girlfriend. Ever the chemist, the bloke makes his own alcohol and served us the best caipirinhas (national cocktail) in Brasil, hands down. A fascinating character, he spent the next afternoon with us showing his beautiful area. It was so beautiful it was emotional, my THD brothers probably understand our ...
... they scored! But after 90 min Brazil came on top and headed to the next round. That evening, slightly tipsy, we all headed to the night bus to Belo Horizonte. After an organizational nightmare, we finally got on and six hours later, blurry eyed and a little hungover we arrived. We had a few hours to kill before the game so hung out at Marcela's aunts place, as she served coffee and talked to us as if we all spoke fluent Portuguese! We sat there smiled and ...
... with a few people we knew from Korea, we all seemed to be convening in BH by chance so we tried our best to catch up with everyone. Between the football and friends though, we didn't seem to get around to seeing any of Belo. Apparently there isn't an awful lot to see, and good job really. But we had an overall lovely time here and despite seeing mostly the inside of bars and stadiums, it's definitely been one of our favourite ...
... I finally decided that I should go to Salvador for the round of sixteen (16) and for the quarter finals I already had a ticket for Brasilia. As this was all last minute, I decided I needed to organise the flights first before booking accommodation – hindsight is a great thing, I should have done it the other way. After a few attempts, I managed to book a multi-trip (Leg 1: Sao Paulo to Salvador; Leg 2: Salvador to Brasilia; Leg 3: Brasilia to Rio) at a reasonable ...
... to jericoacoara. It took us 15 hours to arrive but it worth it. After a 4 hour flight, 6 hour coach journey then a open sided 4x4 truck we arrived at jeri. My first relief was that our luggage arrived with us after being precariously thrown on top of this truck, second relief came when locals started offering accommodation. It was gone 11pm and I'm always a little ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center