Estanplaza Funchal - Faria Lima
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... incredible. They were all wearing matching traditional outfits, including their hats, which, if were worn the correct way up, indicated that they were married. If any women were wearing their hats upside down, they were single. Angelo demonstrated this by turning one of the married women's hats upside down and saying "look, now she's single". We learnt about how alpaca/llama/sheep wool is used to make clothing for the locals by hand and with all natural materials. It was pretty ...
... drink) - Boj smoked porter (other nominees: any malbecs) The Gunpowder Backpack (for best fireworks) - New Year's in Rio The Celluloid Backpack (for best photo) - Old nan peeking out from behind a wall The Jade Backpack (for best cultural experience) - Favela tour The Velour Backpack (for softest experience) - The Pantanal was as much about hanging in the pool and hammocking as wildlife The Calico Backpack (for best surprise) - An underwater ...
... lt;3 I’m currently sorting out just ridiculous amounts of paperwork but at this exact moment I am super excited because I think I have found the perfect family to stay with! I am just sitting in my dorm room, singing along to my headphones and someone just walked in. Oops. Anyways LOVE YOU ALL and talk soon xxxxxxxxxxx
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... flea market. It was pouring with rain, but stopped on the way for a dulce de leche doughtnut. AMAZING. The market was nice, it is under the Museum of Modern Art, and is full of antiques, bits and bobs and weird objects. It was a nice experience, and after we headed back to the hostel, making another pit stop at the bakery. We chilled in our beds, and when our tummies started to rumble, we made another attempt to try the shop. It was less busy, and we managed to buy what we ...
... or so (or in Cassia's case all her life!) It was a short drive to their apartment, which (we are reliably informed) is just off the Brazilian equivalent of Wall Street. However, a short drive in the city with the worst traffic jams in the world (according to Time magazine) can soon become a long drive, but we were lucky with the traffic. That evening we had a wander around the local area, taking in the countless high rise buildings and shopping malls. We stopped in ...