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... check out the TV tower lookout in the middle of the city. As it turned out the top observation tower was closed due to the weather (and possible lightning) but I still got to go up to the cafe there, which gave a pretty impressive view of the city regardless. The top observation tower was closed for good reason; one of the windows inside was completely smashed from a storm.
There were 3 impressive buildings nearby that I wanted to see. Firstly Brasilia shopping, ...
... and disappointment. I felt like I belonged there.
The choices I’d made and the paths I’d chosen had all lead me to where I was now. I had chosen to come away traveling for the second time. Unaware at the time I booked my flight that my trip would coincide with the last ever Tangled. I had concluded that the cost of a return flight from Brazil was too great and that I could not afford to return home for one night only. Only now I was getting ...
... to Brasilia is uneventful, a one hour flight that lands on time.
We arrive in Brasilia and are impressed with the airport, it looks very new, before running to a TV screen to catch the second half of the Argentina/*****ia match. The TV at the airport cafe is a bit small and we are very far away and Blake has bad eyes, he needs glasses, that we end up leaving with the score 3-2 Argentina (Messi has been taken out at this point ...
... quiz night – Toby created one for Xmas
day but everyone got too drunk to play it, so we had it tonight – Maddie on
team two and me on team three. Thought my team was on to a winner as we had
Emma, but we came third out of four – Maddie won of course but I put that
purely down to the sports round which we were rubbish at and his team of men
knew all the answers to. Actually learnt quite a ...
... Paolo certainly surprised us all.... it has a reputation of being crowded, polluted and generally overwhelming, but didn't find this to be true at all and really enjoyed our day taking in the sights and sounds. A highlight for Cliff was the soccer museum at Pacaembo stadium, I think he could have spent all day there. For Miranda it was just getting out into the streets in a new country and soaking up the atmosphere.
The next day and a very early start ...