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... it was walled in and had only bars and restaurants full of tourists. Sean liked the super planned feel of it, the same way he liked Singapore. It felt to me like it sucked all the atmosphere out of the city, because you walked down avenues of similar buildings, with no people hanging out anywhere, creating any kind of atmosphere. Anyway. That's our Brasilia experience. Luckily the football was on to watch to give us something to do. The tourist attractions were ...
... the whole journey with my head under
Maddie’s armpit while he tried to convince me we weren’t just about to suffer
some horrible accident.
Completely worth it though,
although not sure the whole group agrees! We are staying in a rural retreat,
with 2 huge dorm-rooms, and a large common area with a kitchen in, wraparound
balconies, and the most ferocious river rushing by because of the rains. It’s
the kind of place ...
... Federal in Brazil to get exit forms and stamps. Got in the truck drove up there but I have to say it was worth it for the gorgeous English speaking Brazilian official there. When we walked back into Bolivia typically no-one asked to see anything and we just wandered in. Walked around Cobija, it had a nice square and white and green church. It was a pretty warm day and the sun was beating down on us. Good to be somewhere Spanish speaking and ...
... city in the shape of a plane became Brazil's capital.
Shortly after, this city became a UNESCO World Heritage Site, so little has changed since it was first planned and built.
So, when you arrive in Brasilia, you really think that you've gone through a space-time tunnel and re-appeared in a 1960s sci-fi movie. The only things missing are people dressed in silver suits and driving Jetsons-style hover cars.
The funny thing is that ...
... gas delivery they blocked the road.
somehow they opened up at 3 a.m. and we could drive on.
so we arrived with around 12h delay in cobija.
a frontier town, i did not like it. there is nothing to do and it is expensive.
anyway, stayed 3 nights to cure a stomach infection i got regarding to food i ate in puerto ...