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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
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... too. Soon after leaving the women's project, we got to the Incan ruins of Pisac. These were pretty cool, but were hard work climbing at such altitude. Angelo gave us another interesting history lesson and we discovered that the cemetery (basically a load of holes in the cliff face opposite the site was only discovered in 1975). It was only a 10 or 15 minute drive to lunch from there, and we stopped at another local project which was supported by G Adventures. The location ...
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Unfortunately the company we booked the coaches with were a bit of a shambles, nonetheless we were with about 200 other England fans so we were going to have a good time regardless. The atmosphere in the pub took a while to get going but by about 10:30 it was starting to liven up. I tried to orchestrate a game of killer darts but it was a bit of a failure due to everyone being ...
... our bellies we headed in that direction with our new friends Billy and Rob. After a long trek we made it to the market and sat down and ordered two mortadella sandwiches. They were MASSIVE, full of meat and looked so tasty we gobbled them down instantly. Poor Billy is a vegetarian, so he sat and drank a beer, while we scoffed our faces. After, all Billy wanted was a hard juicy apple, so after investigating each fruit stall, he decided on a medium sized apple. The anticipation ...
... through São Paulo itself. I don't think anyone would describe it as a tourist city, certainly compared to somewhere like Rio. It's a business city, lacking the attractions and sights of Rio. Unfortunately for us though, it appeared to be closed for business. Everywhere we went seemed to be shut or inaccessible to us. Our first port of call, having walked from the apartment to the old heart of São Paulo, was a bank based in a high-rise building, from the ...