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New place new friends. Fortaleza was cool because right when I got there we went out. Some Chileans brought a big bottle of pisco and before you know it we all were riding happy on the way to pink elephant. It's a popular expensive night club they have here in Brazil. Anyways the next several days it was pretty much the same. Fortaleza to me seems a little rough and unsafe. I'll admit I had a good time here and my portuguese is getting ...
... was an early start for our bus to Belo Horizonte for the final England game, and due to our night out we slept most of the journey. Checked into a hostel just in time for the start of the third Brazil match and watched it in a nearby boteco with local Brazilians. Good news that they won and the town turned to partying with music, samba dancing and fireworks being heard all around. The following morning we met Reema and Simon, checked out the main square - Savassi in ...
Travelled to Fortaleza today, has been a rough day.. Our flight from Manaus to Forteza had one stop over in Belen however we didn't have to leave the plane which was so mint. We also bumped into Simon Harrison, a dude that went to Uni in Wellington. He was travelling with his family and was randomly on the same airport leaving at the same time and on the same plane as ...
... the increased temperature. It was the hottest we'd felt it so far in Brazil. The other thing I remember was the severe lack of signs... Which didn't help for finding the bus out to the stadium, which is out of town. The third il come back to. After asking a few police officers, fifa volunteers, and sweating buckets we finally boarded a departing bus, and joined in singing with 2 very noisy, and good spirited, Ghanaian fans. The Germany and Ghanaian chants ...
... called economics the “Dismal Science”. Despite dying in 1881 he was ...