Duomo Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... a spot take their seat, order first drinks and then notice the wrong game is on the screen. The Aussies manage to get their game on the TV instead of the Dutch v Chile game which doesn’t make some Dutch fans happy. The game is disappointing, the Aussies lose again. The trucker singlet group leave. Cirsty and Ryan stay on. As Brazil’s game approaches the pub fills and the street outside turns into a street party. During half-time patrons get out ...
... the garden and then headed towards the AIESEC
There wasn’t a whole lot of work to do but the whole day I met a
stream of lots of AIESECers. It was quite difficult to remember all the
names but I did manage to commit a few names to memory. When I’m
memorising new names, I have ...
... red ant infested trees that we shouldnt shake and also monkeys, Tucans and chameleons (which was half green & brown, must've been indecisive) and quintas. Rob actually got stung by a wasp and Jess got a million mozzie bites on her legs from wearing tights. Fortunately no casualties, yet! After dinner we went on a night drive in our red fire engine, in search for caimines aka crocs! We reached ...
... While Cathryn was cleaning the windows, one of the mechanics intervened and proceeded to clean the entire plane. Another checked the fasteners on the fuselage panels to make sure they were all tight. While this was going on Cidnei took Greg and Cathryn to another hangar to show them the Saratogo plane he had flown around the US, Canada and back to Brazil. It was a real ...
... too, we’ve managed to figure out that ‘frango’ means chicken so we can at least organise for Rebecca to eat pastries. We’ll often get a coffee and a fresh ‘suco’ or juice, or occasionally get the mythical acai; like we did at a little boutique art cafe in old-town Curitiba. Acai is an amazonian berry, marketed by the likes of Oprah for it’s medicinal effects (not scientifically proven). Either way it’s ...