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... it all worthwhile.
I have had the first highlight of the trip. Sunrise as we landed in Sao Paulo was stunning.
I have booked a hotel in Ushuaia for 2 nights. I will need the time to build my bike, buy provisions and get some rest. The time difference is only 3 hours, so I should not be too jet lagged at least.
I have a rough idea of where I will ride on Tierra del Fuego, but will play it by ear. The area is notorious for very strong winds, so ...
... for the World Cup and with it's design and look being very modern it certainly felt like it. Inside the stadium there were stands at each end that were being disassembled, guessing they don't need as many seats in the stadium now than they did for the World Cup. We got our seats and everyone was making a big ordeal about a dude standing in the box above where we were sitting. At first we had no idea who it was but ...
... black foyer, and we are greeted by a very black skinned hostess dressed in a black lace dress. Thankfully she is wearing a sensationally gorgeous pair of huge pearl earrings and matching necklace. I estimate they would belong to the restaurant rather than her.
The night was a success, but I'll bore you all with that later in a special 'Food Edition' of this blog.
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... culture of Brazil to be very helpful. She brought out many points that were very helpful. She explained that Brazilians are very creative, optimistic, and naive. They also do not identify themselves as Latin Americans. She mentioned that the protests in Brazil are to be expected. It has been almost 25 years since there were major protests. Now that the government is spending more on resources and infrastructure for FIFA and the Olympics, they feel unsupported. She ...
... her things and we said goodbye to each other. Later on I bumped into that Portuguese and German guy I met for breakfast and we all went out to get some pizza but we ended up going to Belem Metrô Station first because the Portuguese guy wanted to show us his skills on the piano there. That's right, they have a piano at the station. A piano for the public to play. Such a genius idea if you ask me. So the Portuguese guy showed ...