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... it was many.
Unfortunately, we must also have been the fear of most of the reptiles in the area. About halfway in we ran into a large group of baby caimans, but accidentally killed one of the cute little beasts, and later in the dark we also ran over the only snake we saw that day. A bit sad, but we could tell we were not the only ones to have accidentally killed something. When we reached the end of the road, we found a camping and slept in our car.
... of the screeching breaks was all we could hear as our lives flashed before our eyes. We were engulfed in a cloud of dust thrown up by the monstrous vehicle that had somehow and miraculously ground to a halt barely inches from our car. There was a brief moment were we exchanged a glance when we realised how lucky we were before Artur composed himself, corrected his turn, and we headed off. This time in the right direction. The driver of the truck was left with a look ...
... After returning from the lagoon, Brianna and I checked our laundry - bugger, the machine has broken and our washing was still in a pool of dirty water! This meant we had to hand wash the clothes and hang them out to dry over night - let's hope they are still there in the morning, or I will be shopping tomorrow!!!
Km covered - almost ...
... other side of the lake.
At least we get a good view of the lovely JK Bridge.
This elegant structure spans the lake like a stone skipping over a pond and, like all the important monuments here, is lit up in green and gold.
Must have known the Aussies were coming.
We dine at an outdoor restaurant then enjoy the
boardwalk on a balmy night with a gibbous moon reflected on the water.
What a wonderful day.
Brasilia is the Switzerland of South ...
For me as an old Le Corbusier afficinado Brasilia is a must.... after having Visited Brasil more than 50 times but never been to Brasilia, it was time to come here.
For many Years and many Ferry Flights of Ximangos I knew about Gerard Moss, a Swiss / Brasilian who Cirumnavigated the Wolrd in a Ximango some years ago , he also knew about me doing all those Flights for Aeromot but we never met ..... but now I'm here in his House and we have a lot ...