Hotel Coral Tower Trade Center
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Obah Hostel). Really nice place, nice people (Vitorio is friends with the staff here). Vitorio and I caught up for a while over a couple of beers and he walked me round the neighbourhood, showing me places and where he grew up. We are apparently having a BBQ at the hostel tomorrow. Met Vitorio's friends; Catchi (sp), Juliano and his French girlfriend (can't remember her name though). In a 12 bed dorm but I think there's only one other guest as far as I can make out. ...
... but then somehow missed the boat on the food orders, meaning that when everyone got their food, we ordered.
It took forever and just before it came out we were almost ready to cancel the order and go and pig out on some ice cream or something. We would have, if we weren't so hungry. Lunch got dominated, followed by a Brazilian rendition of happy birthday and then cake! Delicious, delicious cake! I'd forgotten what good desert tasted like after ...
... was somewhat of an organised protest to get people to ride more bikes around and reduce the number of cars on the road. This crowd of people literally over took the entire city. There was a mapped out route that we all followed so if you happened to be driving that route, sorry for you but you were going to have to wait.
It was the job of the people at the front to block the intersection to prevent the cars from running over a bunch of people. This ...
... delaying inevitable death outside.
There is a alleyway in POA that looks a lot like a mini La Boca (in Buenos Aires) with a lot of different coloured houses (now businesses) on both sides. Despite the heat, we detoured to here to check it out and both decided it was worth risking death for.
Getting access to a bank in Brazil, means literally emptying everything into a hatch in the glass and passing through a metal detector. After failing miserably many times ...
... at a reasonable hour. to make out connecting bus to Uruguay tonight. ****!
We waited another 2 hours, but came to the realization that we were going to be spending a night in Porto Alegre. A quick bit of research into hostels revealed one pretty close to the Rodoviaria that we were going to be arriving at, and it was pretty cheap. We got on our bus, which was not packed at all. ...