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Travel Blogs from Brasilia
Sunshine! Arrived in Brasilia and went for a walk, trying to cross a six lane street. It was impossible, so I had to walk up to the next pedestrian crosssing and I can tell you that not many exist. The city was planned for cars. Although, I must say Brasilia is interesting, only 50 years old, a lot of space for the national monuments and government …
Like me you could be forgiven for thinking Rio de Janeiro is Brazil's capital city but in fact it's Brasilia, a city only 48 years old and the achievement of the late president Kubitschek. Kubitschek wanted a capital city in a secure location free from easy invasion and as such it feels like it's in the middle of nowhere. It was built in the 60s …
... I didn’t know which
Slight grumblings in camp as the truck had run out of beer!
Everyone was supposed to swap jobs when we entered Brazil, but they asked us to
keep doing the bar – we agreed but only if we just did the money collection,
receipt logs and the changing of currency, and not the shopping – we were
spending our whole time trying to change money up ...
... just around the corner is another even more amazing one. So many different sets of falls and so much water! We spent a day on each side and still didn't manage to walk to all the viewpoints on the Argentinian side. A highlight for all of us was a trip in a Zodiac, up to and right under some of the smaller falls, not just in the spray but a proper drenching where you could hardy catch your breath.
Another early start and another flight and we were in ...
... city plan which clumps all buildings of the sameuse together, i.e. residential block, shopping block, federal block etc
I did see the presidents house too which has a huge completely plain lawn in front of it and wandering round it is one solitary emu, just one, no one knows why he has it there, but there it strolls. hmmmmm.....
so after being completely overwhelmed and impressed by the neiymeyer buildings I made a sharp exit probably not to ...
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