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New place new friends. Fortaleza was cool because right when I got there we went out. Some Chileans brought a big bottle of pisco and before you know it we all were riding happy on the way to pink elephant. It's a popular expensive night club they have here in Brazil. Anyways the next several days it was pretty much the same. Fortaleza to me seems a little rough and unsafe. I'll admit I had a good time here and my portuguese is getting ...
... with a table of a dozen Argentinians and a table next to them of Brazilians with the locals supporting holland and Costa Rica being supported by the argies it made for lively but well natured debate as the beers were flowing throughout the game. We are about to watch the Grand Prix before a day sun bating on what is our last full day in Brazil. We look forward to seeing you all from Wednesday when we are back in work. Regards Simon and ...
... crowds die down then we headed back to Savassi for a few drinks and to watch the Columbia game. A real melting pot of fans and lots of good humoured, self deprecating chants from the England contingent there. Late that evening we made our way to the airport and caught a flight to Fortaleza - chasing some sunshine and also Second Round tickets. We landed in Fortaleza at 1.30 in the morning and were met by our driver taking us to the small fishing village of ...
Travelled to Fortaleza today, has been a rough day.. Our flight from Manaus to Forteza had one stop over in Belen however we didn't have to leave the plane which was so mint. We also bumped into Simon Harrison, a dude that went to Uni in Wellington. He was travelling with his family and was randomly on the same airport leaving at the same time and on the same plane as ...
... 20 minute journey. At the other end there was a couple of km to walk down a blocked of road to the stadium where we eventually found our seats right on the edge of the official Ghanaian supporters section, behind the goal. The game was decent enough but the real entertainment came from the Ghanaian witch doctor who planted himself at the bottom of our staircase, infuriating a few German supporters sat close by and which almost ended in a large scuffle on ...