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Fecha: Viernes 13 de Junio 2014
Ruta: Barra do Garças - Goias - Itaberaí - Nerópolis - Anápolis - Taguatinga - Brasilia
Iniciamos la ruta a las 07:30am y pudimos disfrutar de 3 horas con excelente clima. El trayecto hasta llegar al primer pueblo después de Barra do Garças es bastante monótono y vimos …
... apple sauce, it didn't hurt to have the morning sun on my skin and the brazilian breeze through my hair.
In the afternoon Marn and I picked up Bert from work and went for lunch to have some frozen acai, then drove around to take in some of the sights, land marks and famous architecture. Picked up Mateo and Gabriel from school and took in the last bit of their soccer game.
Marnie and Bert treated me to dinner tonight, where we went to a restaurant for churrasco, ...
... s minimum wage. 17,000 Real’s /year, must pay 17% income tax, that can go up to 35%. Since 1988, everyone has healthcare. The government is trying to increase the number of schools. People take exams to become civil servants. There are many civil servants, 1.3 million. They make 5000/month. Many families have a maid because the women work 2 jobs. Public school start at age of 4 for ½ day. There are 188 schools.
... sitting on its ceiling, one face up and one face down respectively over the House and the Senate, which obviously represents all sorts of great qualities important to each.
Up in the TV tower further down the fuselage of Brasília there was a view of the city, although I was hoping to see the airplane structure from there. I continued to walk down the avenue to the JK memorial. The building, JK's tomb inside, and the layout of his belongings was ...
... a good place to sup a caiparinha! I'm not sure that I have the strength for that, but I'll deinitely venture out once I feel human again; I might even do some laundry, as handwashing and ridiculous humidity have made my clothes STINK!
P.s. It's funny, the layout of Brasilia seems a lot less confusing now I've just done it backwards - my 2 hour journey this morning has just taken 10 minutes! Oh dear, dear me, when will I ever learn the power of navigation!?!?