Green Place Flat Ibirapuera
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... up giving them to Nick who is making his way to Belo Horizonte in the hope of securing at least face value for the cursed items. 'That was an expensive decision you made' says a scowling Karen. 'What a difference a day makes!' is my reply. England's worst World Cup performance since 1958 aside, South America has been a truly incredible experience with every country offering something different for us to enjoy and savour. Onward now to the good old US of A. Next Stop: Miami, ...
... swimming around in the fug of my cluttered brain that I should just get the **** out of there. Where I was. Who I was. What I was becoming. Just ******* leave. What´s stopping you? ******* nothing, right? I had no dependants, no mortgage to pay, no emotional ties to anyone except a few dear friends who would support me whatever, to see me happy, or at least not miserable. I´d been to Brasil in 2007 and had a great time there. It was hot and far ******* away from where ...
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Favourite Local Dish: Mortadella Sandwich – The biggest fattest meat sandwich ever
New Tastes: Mortadella Sandwich & Black Dog (A hotdog!)
Hotel Paulista - $57 a night for a room with 3 beds, really nice brekkie included on the rooftop.
... while focusing on the sustainability of these resources and teaching the locals how their old ways are actually hurting the environment. Partnering with the locals brings new wealth and opportunities into these communities which they would not have access to without Natura's guidance.
We then traveled back to the hotel for the day. A small group gathered for dinner, the destination was called "Spot". After wandered the streets around our hotel ...
... and Argentine sides of the falls. We also went white water rafting down the Iguazu river which was great fun. Spending an hour afterwards on the back of a broken down jeep in the middle of the forest whilst soaking wet and freezing cold wasn't quite as enjoyable.
Next its onto the Argentine capital Buenos Aires, one of South America' s biggest traveller hotspots. I'm excited to be heading to a Spanish speaking country more than anything else!
Until next time,