Hotel Serra Azul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... have blue eyes, truly not a very Brazilian feature, though perhaps the German immigrants here want to keep them ethnically correct. I took a picture of some of those who looked like they had endured a rough night!
It's so cold that we drop by Planalto for a cup of hot chocolate. Chocolate is one of the area’s local industries, and there is a temping variety in the shops along the main street.
We drive on to the town of Canela, a few miles away, but the weather ...
... a steep hillside overlooking a beautiful green valley. Our room has picture windows and a super contemporary bathroom. The host is charming and attentive, and very apologetic regarding our frustrating search.
"This part of town is so new, we aren’t on any maps yet" Joāo tells us. “They haven’t even got round to putting up all the street signs.”
I take out my map given to us at the tourist office, and ...
... displays and lights in every possible public space – this meant that prices were excessive and the cheapest room I could find, with the help of the tourist office, was 95$R, about £25. They failed to mention that the map was not to scale and it was a couple of km out of the centre along one side of a dual carriageway – the upper, shorter side, along which I’d decided to walk, being 100’ above the other with no way across – had to ...
... in Porto Alegre for our next bus, we had a little walk around outside where there were lots of street vendors. One was selling beard trimmers and I convinced rob that his beard was in desperate need of a tidy. So we asked 'quanto' (how much?) and he started telling us all about the trimmer in portugese. It looked like it had somehow survived since the 60's or something. Before rob could stop him, the man decided to demonstrate its ability by shaving a patch into robs ...
In Cuiaba we bordered a private chartered flight for just the Green and Gold Army.
The flight was fun as we each had TVs and were able to watch a live game of the World Cup.
When someone scored the whole plane would erupt with cheers and applause.
We were diverted mid air though as ...