Comfort Hotel Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of course). Sinisterly, I then had alpaca steak for lunch - it was bloody delicious. After lunch, Jason left us to it and we had a bit of free time to go and explore the centre of town and the markets. I treated myself to some alpaca wool gloves and bought a North Face cap and jumper for the Trail (as I had lost my only hoody back in Australia). At about 5pm, we all headed over to the local G Adventure office to have our formal Trail briefing. We checked out the tents, ...
... Ok so I’ll start from when I arrived. My flight landed VERY early in the morning, it was still dark. My iFriend (a guy I’ve been emailing who is helping me whilst I’m here) met me from the airport. It took us 2 hours to get across the city, on one bus, two trains and then another bus which was... challenging with my two massive pieces of luggage! On the plus side, I got to see a lot of the city out of the ...
... if I was an international and I replied, "Yes, I'm American." He did not speak a word of English except to later tell me "I love you." During our conversation, kissed my hand, asked me to give him a kiss on the cheek, kissed my cheek, and we talked for a bit (one of the others could speak little English so he "translated"). They asked if I was married, do I have a boyfriend, and then he asked me to marry him. Haha. It was a great way to end my long ...
... delicious strong Brazilian cocktail. He introduced us to some Brazilians who took us to a club that could have been anywhere in Europe. We ended up in VIP sharing a bottle of vodka with cranberry juice to mix. Not my favourite drink. On came a band that pretended to know the lyrics to classic Euro/British songs. Funny but sad to watch, we were soon a little merry and dancing like we were watching our favourite band. Saturday was a slow start from all ...
Today we visited UNICA the association for the Brazilian sugar cane industry which aims to improve communication and promote sustainability and competiveness in the industry. The speaker Luanna Maia Oliveira gave us a thorough overview of sugar, ethanol and bioelectricity production from sugar cane in Brazil. UNICA represents 60% of the sugarcane production with mission to promote low carbon energy solutions using sugar cane as a ...