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... then had a chance to look around and buy some stuff if we wanted. I bought an alpaca headband (I think it was a ladies') and then had some coca tea to try and alleviate my altitude head and ear aches. Although, it was all with good intentions, it did feel a bit like a market and the ladies were definitely hardened sellers, not letting you leave their stall until you had bought something.
The roads got dicier as we headed higher and higher, but the views also got better ...
... Magma Backpack (for hottest chick) - A certain dive guide The Vinyl Backpack (for song of the tour) - Hey! Jiggity-jig: It's "Dominic the Donkey" (other nominees: "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas", "Fairytale of New York", "At the Copacabana") The Worsted Backpack (for best penguin) - The cheeky lone Gentoo who fearlessly walked straight into our polar camp and waddled away, the way Gentoos do and last, but not least: The Frozen Gold Backpack ...
We got to the Lord Jim pub at around 6pm on the Wednesday night and plan was to stay in the pub until 1am, get loaded onto the coaches, get into to Sao Paulo for 7am straight into a pub, pre game drinks, destroy Uruguay, back to the pub untill 11pm, get loaded back onto the coach and wake up back in Rio at 5am the next day with a hurrendous hang over! Unfortunately, it wan´t just the scoreline that ...
... cooked steak, which by the way, for three of the juiciest, biggest, best cuts of meat it was 22 reales, that is 5.50 in UK. I am never leaving... After dinner we all grouped together for an epic battle of ********.. it was intense and we played for about three hours. A perfect way to end the evening. The next day we were rested and up for a sightseeing adventure around the city. We had been told that the best sandwiches were situated in a market across turn, so obviously ...
... side bar and had beers and coffees. The weather was a complete contrast to Rio, cool and grey, a welcome change from the blazing sunshine and hopefully helpful in helping us to acclimatise to the Scottish winter that awaits us on our return. It was a nice evening, made all the nicer by the home cooked dinner that greeted us on our arrival - there's only so much restaurant food that one can take and it was great to have some home cooking. The following day we went for ...