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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... shouting for hours on end – the trip was supposed to be 3 hours – took 4.5!
Despite that and the 50 real fee (22 less travelling in this direction!), it was a nice trip, ascending through the jungle and rock outcrops, crossing rivers and ravines, through tunnels and over rickety bridges. They even had not ridiculously overpriced beer for sale in economy – sod 1st class!
... half a bottle was mixed with some fanta and taken in the cab to the game. An Asian guy, out the front of our hotel, that looked like a fat, washed up Steve Aoki, shared our cab. He had a flying kangaroo flag, hanging out of the cab window, and we chanted the whole way to the stadium. No food in our bellies, and a bottle of vodka down, we were in good form. Rimba didn't have a ticket yet, so we got to the stadium at 11am to give us 2hours before the 1pm kickoff. He found a ...
... our room here. The view from the room is simply breathtaking. After eating we took a tourist bus that toured the city for 2 hours. After seeing a large part of the city on the bus, we realized that without doubt there are several reasons why this is one of the most amazing and well planned cities in the world.
The streets are neat, the downtown is ...
... red ant infested trees that we shouldnt shake and also monkeys, Tucans and chameleons (which was half green & brown, must've been indecisive) and quintas. Rob actually got stung by a wasp and Jess got a million mozzie bites on her legs from wearing tights. Fortunately no casualties, yet! After dinner we went on a night drive in our red fire engine, in search for caimines aka crocs! We reached ...
... pub, that wasn´t really an Irish pub!? It was full of England flags, banners and posters for English football teams, and black and white photos of English bands (Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones etc..) There was no Irish memorabilia at all, except the picture of the shamrock above the door as you walk in, and you had to get to the last page on the drinks menu before you realised they even served Guinness! But the owner and staff were very friendly, ...