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... do, unfortunately, as, although there was lots of traffic, nobody was around on the path. I had a quick glance at Sophie to make sure her handbag was over her body, and I could see she was gripping her bag tighter than normal. One guy then came around the front of me, smashed a beer bottle on a lamppost and came at me demanding my wallet (I presume, it was in Spanish). I think I said “woah alright mate” and gave him my wallet quite freely (knowing there ...
Iberia's A340 has a different layout in business from BA's. Instead of half the seats facing backwards they are staggered. More difficult for couples travelling together but better for people on their own. No need to climb over other people's legs to get to the aisle. I think I prefer it. The entertainment system is better, too, with a more interactive screen. They can also show you output from a camera in the nose of the plane, which is fun. The only downside is that ...
... people and its pitch dimensions are 104 m of length by 70 m of width.
The stadium is named after Paulo Machado de Carvalho. He was the 1958 FIFA World Cup Brazilian delegation chief, the founder of Rede Record, one of the largest television networks in Brazil and was known as "Marechal da Vitória" (Marshal of Victory).
The stadium is still used but beneath the stands on one side of the ...
... an overnight bus to Florianopolis on Monday.
The final part of the journey from Maranduba was a drive through Sao Paulo to get to Mikes....... never felt so lucky to get out of a car in one piece, Paulistano's are mental drivers.
Getting to Mike's also meant a real treat......... after a week without.......wifi!
Traveller tip of the day: Do not drive in Sao Paulo unless you really, really have to.
After Ilha Grande, the next place we really wanted to get to was Iguazu Falls on the Brazil/Argentina border, but that meant a ferry back to the mainland, a bus to Paraty for another night, a 6 hour bus to Sao Paulo, and then another 16hr bus on from there. Indiana Jones and the Muppets are lucky they can travel 'by map!'
... But still, it was nice to be back in Paraty to catch our breath and good to be able to ...