Ibis Ribeirao Preto
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So we got to Tabatinga, not as dangerous as everyone makes it out to be. I mean, yea it was dodgy and we almost got run over a few times, but all in all it was OK. The hotel was nice, I should have hoped so for the price we paid for it (We felt like going quality for one night as we knew we`d be spending a lot of time there and not venuring out too much. Turns out we ventured out to the airport far too early the next day, getting the time zones mixed up due to our phones being ...
Every adventure trip experiences a number of things that go wrong. We have now completed some 16,000 km and 11 weeks since leaving Cochabamba, Bolivia on 19 Jan 2015.
Here are a few from the list so far:
Robin's rear tyre: Despite the load of two people and luggage the Metzler Tourance was performing well. It survived the trip South to Ushuaia including gravel sections in Chile and Argentina. And again going North up sections of ...
After arriving at Mauricio's place we were keen to visit Rio Janeiro but Colin's bike was now 800 km behind us. Also Mauricio was not keen for us to take our bikes because of the risk of theft. He had lost a bike by hold up in Sao Paulo.
In the end Don, Colin and Robin flew to Rio J on Sunday night. Di stayed with Jucelia and enjoyed some time out.
The boys plan was to do a bus trip around the city and then do a little walk about. ...
... Its food was really expensive by Brazilian standards (75 reals for some of the pizzas! about £25), so we didn't have any there. Lots of the waiters could speak a little French, so i did the ordering in french. They said they got lessons before the team (and 'lots' of media) arrived!
We watched the Brazil vs. Netherlands game there, which was really good! (despite the scoreline) Returned to Araraquara at night, planning to watch the final tomorrow at a sports bar in town.
... context; among Canadian institutions only the University of Toronto and McGill are regulars on that list. The campus in Ribeirão Preto is old, like really old. However, it only became a university campus in the 50's. The land was a donation from a coffee farmer and his house still sits handsomely on the campus and serves as a coffee museum. Not only was the campus a massive coffee plantation, but I’m told it was one of the largest ...