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... front urinating into a cup and pouring it on the ground, instead of watching the ball on the big screen she finds herself watching the path that it is taking towards her. By half time the score is locked at 1-1 and the pee is only 45cm away. Cirsty tells Ryan that she has to go to the toilet. They push their way through the crowd and finally make it out. Going back in is not an option so the pair head back to the bar area from earlier. After the game ...
... were nearly full of samples. Fresh sugar mangoes, cherimoya, dates with strawberries (my new favorite fruit combination btw), longan, grapes shaped like fingers, tangerines the size of grapefruits, and zapatilla (one I'd loved in Colombia, it tastes like a sugared pear or fig or something I can't really describe). The market also had spices, alcohol, dried and fresh sausages, fresh fish and meat, even live crab! Once we were stuffed with fruit, we of course decided to go eat some ...
... the only 1 tap available, it was freezing!! Turned the pressure up hoping for just a little hot water but no luck. Rinsed my hair trying to be brave - needed a wash. Then one a cap off a pipe burst! luckily was easily fixable but decided no need for pressure, so turned it right down and there it was - lovely hot water!! Was very relieved. Only one adventure planned for the day. Needed to go to the bus station to get bus tickets to rio. We asked at the front ...
... monitoring over 800,000 cars sending 80 million positions daily to the map link servers. Due to the high crime rates in Brazil, most insurance companies will not ensure a vehicle without a tracking device, and Mo's company uses these tracking devices to track vehicles and monitor traffic patterns, as well as send re-route information and real-time traffic data back to mobile GPS units.
One of my biggest frustrations while being in Brazil was the quality and usability ...
Spent a few days in Sao Paulo at the end of our trip. Arrived at 6am after a very long journey so headed straight out to sample some of the local bakeries.
We were recommended a free city walking tour by a friend, so checked that out on our first day. We walked around the centre of SP for - no joke - 4 hours with only a 20 minute break, listening to our guide tell us all sorts of facts and figures about the various buildings and history of ...
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