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... meat, meat and more meat and just a little saaaseech to round out the grill. It was a place that we just had to have lunch in. The building was over 150 years old, and there must have been 10 – 15 Asado houses cooking their specialties. We ordered the smallest portion that we could find (which was still huge) along with frites and chimichuri – we were in heaven.
... and covered market place that is composed of a few craft stores and maybe 10 parrilla restaurants where the grills are always firing. There's also a great little empanadas place towards the end of the market. At the end of the old city there is long old pier that reaches out into the river. There were lots of people fishing here so we thought we would try our luck too. A few hours hours later without a single bite we decided to head home, but it was ...
... it was! It would have been good to have seen the older children too, but Jane and I had to leave as we had plans.....
One of the last things on our list while we were in Rocinha was to do a mototaxi tour of the favela. Andrew and Jana from my tour had done it when I had brought them on a favela tour - up until that point I didn't even realise the mototaxi drivers offered tours! It would be my last time on a motorbike for a while and I was determined to make the ...
... in and really enjoyed the experience. It was a boring game but Uruguay won 2-0.
I was happy at the time but my decision to stay and not take my flights would be a bad one just for the sake of going to this game.
The ticket was only $7 mind you
the stadium has no seating rules so you sit anywhere you want in your section. people sit on steps, concrete barriers, you name it, they do it, just so they can get in.
... and complaint feel of deaf ears, but thankfully, there was only one thing for this situation... David "The Negotiator" Owen. Off he went, calmly and confidently, listing the complaints one by one, he had her attention and he maintained eye contact. Some how he got the hostel worker to ring the hostel manager and he cooly relayed the hostel's downfalls whilst securing a 15%25 discount on our stay. Maybe his time at the Venn Group has had a lasting effect. After paying, the hostel ...