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... in, went for a walk around the area and then was able to sleep a little in the reception area because being woken up by very loud English guys, but fair enough I was in the reception area! I then was able to go to my room but did not manage to get any sleep really.
I spent the afternoon around the area waiting for the Brazil game.
Close to the hostel, there were a few bars and they ...
... bit of Sao Paulo.
Main things from Paraty the second time around were: we met a sketchy guy from Colombia called "John Lennon" who was selling jewellery to pay his way around the continent, an irritating English girl who thought she would have to fly home after having drunk a can of Guarana energy drink (what a piker!), and a very lovely Argentinian girl called Veronica who gave us some recommendations for ...
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... as long as you kept on drinking, you received free meat on a plate. 1, 2, 3, 4 long necks later our eyes were blood shot but the problem was when we singled for the check after cerveza two, another beer was brought, and then another again! We had no idea what the word for ‘cheque please’ in Portuguese was and no matter how hard we tried to act out the paying of a bill, it just seemed to be translated as ‘more beer please’. So finally after pulling ...