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Was a sunny morning thankfully as wanted to go to the beach –
a fellow guest at breakfast spoke English so asked her about Sao Francisco –
she kindly offered me a ride but I declined as need to know the way there to
find my way back!
Took 2 hours just to the town centre as poor roads and heavy
traffic and another 10 mins to walk to the historic port area - the new cobbled
pavements have ...
... to go out and check
once I’d settled into the hotel. The hotel’s directions to the super were even
worse, it being 7 blocks north rather than 2 blocks to the left and, of course,
it threw it down again on the way back.
Managed to pick up some OPA & Merecida local brews to
sample on a long slow night in – still waiting for that Xmas roast chicken but
so many places are still shut up for the hols!
... pizza!); and Ad cooked an Indian curry with beef, for which we spent half an hour in a local spice shop creating garam masala from a recipe the shop assistant found on the Internet (I felt bad because we took up a lot of her time and then bought something worth £3). Oh and Ju cooked us some chicken hearts - they were way better than the ones in Rio. We also managed to have hair cuts in a salon round the corner. Ad was very uncomfortable with having his hair washed, and he got ...
... extremely inefficient and somewhat corrupt. For example if something is broken and needs to be repaired, prices must be quoted from at least three different providers and the best offer is chosen. As can be imagined this is a very time consuming process and as a result, public universities go through huge renovations every few years with the period in between a slow decay of the infrastructure. Indeed the whole ...
... Alexia’s friend and AIESEC member Rodrigo took us to a few places. The first place we went to was the scenic lookout which offers a panoramic view of Joinville and the surrounding areas. We had to climb on top of this skinny tower which sways a bit from the wind. It was a terrifying experience but the view was spectacular and really offers a new perspective to ...