Gavea Hotel Taubate
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... sunset we stopped somewhere to eat and change driver. Still havent eaten beans yet! One thing is for sure, I am coming back here, I love it, and I havent even seen the nicest parts yet. High up on my todo list: practice Portugees. Sun has gone down now, not much to see anymore.. So dark, little light pollution, but almost full moon mostly hidden behind the clouds. No photos for this post yet, I took them with my digital ...
After the presentation in which we learned all of these things, we were given a tour of their amazing aircraft manufacturing plant, which words could not describe. The amount of manpower, and engineering that goes into making airplanes safe for all of us was on full display. I only wish I could have taken pictures so you could understand exactly what I am talking about. Our tour guides description of why wings are ...
... taking more vitamins (and plot a contingency plan for times such as these).
Boredom can also be an unforeseen situation I might face. How long can one stay drunk without having a slight case of "dead"? I know: alcohol is not the answer. But then again, alcohol is the question. "Yes" is the answer. I digress.
During this one-week test I also ran into another minor problem: underwear. As it's been quite hot, I only managed to ...
... a strangers place.
I left home with just a few pairs of underwear, a few shirts, one pair of jeans and one pair of shorts. So far, so good. It's been quite hot (25-30 Celcius), which is quite unlike what I'll be going thru in Europe, but at least I know how heavy things are. And, man, are things heavy.
Although I only traveled with my smaller backpack, it gave me an idea of the back-pains I'll have to get used to. ...
... in most cases there was no time gap to speak of and it was difficult to avoid the possibility of time penalties.
Lunch at a lakeside small restaurant where the chicken was delicious.
Then to Poços de Caldas, Pouso Alegre and Cachoeira de Minas, and finally an amazing mountain road all the way to Poços de Jordão. Very narrow with "impossible" gradients and u-turns, to be taken at 40 Km/h.
We briefly got lost and turned back, only to realize ...