Kubitschek Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... we started the drive back early. During the day, we saw most of the animals from the day before, but also some deer, butterflies, another snake, parakeets and a toucan. This day was also a bit of an orgy in baby capybaras, which would let you get surprisingly close. Overall, we must have come at just the right time since the dry season made the area accessible and made the animals gather more closely than usual. As a bonus, it was also baby season for many of the animals. ...
... on his face and is mouth open as we passed him.
We were heading to a waterfall. Artur had suggested we go there to swim and jump of the cliff in to the water below. It had been a while since I had done anything like that. The last time was more than two years before in Kaikoura. After our excitement of our near miss earlier my adrenaline was flowing and I have to admit I was a little nervous. We parked the car and made our way down to the waterfall. We ...
July 4th: We arrived in Brasilia after a long 24 hour bus ride. Brasilia is the federal capital of Brazil and is famous for its architectural structures by Oscar Niemeyer. The price of metered taxis here are ridiculously expensive. For a 15 minute ride from the bus station to our accommodation, it cost us R$40 (I think the rate was 50c/100m). Exhausted from the bus ride, we decided to stay in and watch the ...
Hey what do ya know! I’m behind on blog posts again. Pretend this once was a few days ago and I’ll post one about Sao Paulo tomorrow. :D
Monday morning I left Brasilia and made my way to São Paulo. Brasilia is a cool but strange city. The whole thing was ultra-planned out, so every detail down to the last tree has been put exactly where it’s supposed to be. It looks like something out of ...
After listing my badluckmoments a while ago, I feel obliged to post a list of my tremendously lucky moments that have been happening the last weeks.
I didn't really know what to do in Bolivia. I wanted to go to the beautiful salar but there was a big strike going on in Potosi, blocking my access to the Salar (and of many many other travelers). I made a deal with myself, that on the next Tuesday I would decide, if the strike wasn't over (and it wasn't likely to ...