Deville Porto Alegre Aeroporto
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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I flew to Porto Alegre today. Got up, had breakfasts and had a last walk along Leblon beach listening to my iPod. Went back to the hostel and checked out, said my goodbyes to others at the hostel and Andrew and I (Indonesian/Canadian guy) shared a cab to the airport (he was flying to Sao Paulo for work). We met up airside and he bought me lunch on his work expenses and chatted for a while before my flight. Vitorio met me at the airport and we took a bus to the ...
... last night!
When the party finished, We both had time to kill before Alex went off to a work function to meet the Canadian ambassador for Brazil at a book fair. We had a coffee, then met one of her friends who rode past us unexpectedly, followed by a beer at a dingy bar.
It started raining, we parted ways and I came back to the apartment. I had been told by a number of people that the book the Alchemist was an absolutely must read. Considering I am ...
I arrived in Porto Alegre at about 9am and had a bit of time to kill before my host for the next few days, Alex from Florianopolis got home from work. So I went to the shopping centre that Sam and I went to a few days ago, found the only power point in the food court and did some more TEFL study for the next 5 hours or so.
Once it was time to leave, I walked to the Rodoviaria and caught a bus to where Alex lives. She met me at the apartment, I settled ...
... cooling down before we decided to retreat to the hostel.
When we got back we met a Kiwi couple and arranged to meet Alex for a beer at a bar in town. We invited the Kiwi's along, had one beer and chatted away for about an hour and a half, before Sam and I made a mad dash for the hostel to pick up out stuff and get to the bus station. Our bus for Uruguay left soon, and we needed to be on it. Not before Sam had to turn around thought, he left his sunnies at the ...
... go the blues and F*#$ the Wanderers and Victory. More Samba is played. Cirsty is over seeing girls in G-strings dancing to the beat. Ryan and Cirsty decide to head with the majority of the Fanatics to the stadium to soak up the atmosphere. In stark contrast to the first game they find their seats no worries and are surrounded by some
Aussies. Aussies fans can't believe ...