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... horses coming down the path with, what looked like, tonnes of luggage on their backs. When we got going, we also saw 2 really tiny puppies who wanted to play with us all. I, obviously, had to stop and stroke them for a bit. We then continued our hike uphill to the ‘Dead Woman’s Pass’. It’s supposed to be the most difficult part of the whole Trail, as you ascend up steep steps for 4 hours before descending down steep steps for 2 hours. We all went at our ...
... free walking tours of the city, with Dan. However, as soon as our tour guide, the most enthusiastic woman ever, started talking our faces fell. We decided to cut the 4 hour tour a little short and bailed out half way, taking with us a couple of Aussies and a Swede we met called Arlen, Wensel and Francesca. We headed to the Mercado Municipal, a huge indoor food market, for some lunch. That afternoon we took shelter from a storm in the closest pub and played a ...
... was a well-deserved title.
To prove an earlier point, when Argentina lost in the finals, there were riots in the capital and Argentineans started fights in Sao Paulo and Rio. Brazil got creamed in the semi-finals and all that came out of it were internet memes. Man I love this country.
Lastly, I am so bummed the World Cup is over. I loved seeing flags everywhere and seeing people wearing yellow and green. ...
... to to put their child in private school. Luckily, Ana is Spanish so she can communicate with the people we need to communicate with. I have managed to learn a few phrases so far. The ones I know are: bom dia (good morning), bom tarde (good afternoon), obrigado (thank you), and por favor (please).
Our meetings for the day consisted of meeting with Walter Teixeira from Grupo TX. Grupo TX provides services in documentation and ...
... took a bus into the centre of the city to see the Cathedral, Sao Francisco and Sao Antonio churches, and the Teatro Muncipal. The Santander building was closed so we went to the Edificio Italia for a coffee and a wonderful view over the city from the 41st floor.
I didn't take many photos outside because Leonor told me to be wary of muggers.
We took the metro back to Vila Mariana. It was during the rush-hour ...