Bristol Dobly International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Portuguese all the time and being able to say hi to people with hugs and kisses without it being weird. …The reverse culture shock when I get back is going to be rough, isn’t it? Also, I think many of my classmates came to Brazil at least in part for the caipirinhas, which is fine for them and all, but isn’t really my thing. Put that along side with the fact that most of my classmates came in groups and know at least a ...
... boat to shore alerting the Colombian border gunboat. Lots of finger wagging from the army guy on the gunboat but I saw him smirking to his mate a couple of times - "we have got the gringa this time !"
Currently in transit to Rio, waiting at São Paulo airport.
Not true !!! Didn't manage to send before we exited São Paulo so now sent from Rio days later !!
... from the Romantic movement. I did a sketch here as well.
On the final day that I left, I visited the Choque Cultural or Culture Shock (also free entry). This was a small place that had exceptional street artists displaying their work. It was inspirational to see art that was out there and fun.
As I mentioned before, I was taking things slow and noticing the small details of life. I started collecting the different patterns ...
Linda treated me to an ultimate man's birthday; football and a Brazilian meat feast! We kicked off the day visiting the Vila Madelena area of Sao Paolo which is a trendy bohemian kind of place with quirky little shops and cafes. A highlight was the street art at Beco do Batman, or batman's alley. In the afternoon we visited the Estadio de Pacembu which was the biggest stadium in Latin America in its day. Built in the forties, it's a bit of an art deco masterpiece. It's got ...
... and remains a popular figure. I am used to visiting palaces like this in Europe but it was a surprise to find one in South America.
Rio de Janeiro used to be all rainforest and a piece of a rainforest remains in a particularly leafy suburb known as Tijuca National Park. It made great walking and I saw a lot of hummingbirds at a restuarant which had a curious birdfeeder. It consisted of a bottle of sugar ...