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... which didn't help at all. But, it was cool to hang out with them in the evening when they were having their huge samba party on the docks. So, Brasilia as a city. It's kind of divided our opinions, a bit like Singapore did, and for very similar reasons. Brasilia became capital of Brazil in the 60s, from Rio de Janeiro. The president at the time wanted the capital city more in the centre of the country, and hired some architects to design the city from the ground up. ...
... up, so we got half a chicken each for lunch
We had about 30 minutes drive into Brasilia and our hostel, so we got loaded back up and headed off to the hostel
(Which is quite nice, but again a dormitory, even though I don’t really like mixed ‘dorms’; these has all been clean and tidy with no bugs and have showers and proper toilets, so no really complaints)
We dropped off our bags and went for an l9ok round, (we are here for one ...
... lanes where you veer left to turn right (too hard to explain but it works!) you can traverse the city easily which we did many times with Vince and Ana.
Brasilia is surrounded by hills and valleys, goes from green to brown from wet to dry season, and has a lifestyle similar to Canberra. You need to know where to go and what to do a la Canberra. Vince and ...
... all-you-can-eat pizzaplace and here the sweet pizzas are popular and delicious. Pizza with icecream, chocolat, fruits, you name it! A real new experience and surprisingly delicious! Culinary, there is everything! From the best sushi, to places where you can create your own pasta, choose the kind of pasta, the sauce, and then 8 ingredients... amazing!
So, time flew by and I really had a great time in Brasilia! More pictures will be posted! (and on my facebook)
... a posada fell through. It was already dark and we were fuming mad after inhaling ponging (with a capital P) fumes from the broken bus toilet that everyone insisted on using. It was not broken by us this time...its only funny if we break it, NOT if locals - who we saw eating bean slop and biscuits all day and night long - break it. Add to holding your breath for 21 hours, a chorus of constant nasal cavity clearing that could register on the Richter scale and ...
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