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... for lunch and dinner, we set off on our short drive - the shortest drive we have done on this trip! Due to the long drives we have done over the past few days we actually have a day in hand, so we have spent it here!
'Here' is a lovely little campsite about 100km from the border with Peru. There ...
... Acre state. This was originally part of Bolivia, but by the early 19th century it was mainly populated by Brazilian rubber tappers as it was full of rubber trees (strangely enough!). Bolivia sent an army to reclaim the area and messy battle commenced but eventually the Bolivians ceded the territory to Brazil in exchange for 2 million British pounds and a promise to build a railway to take the rubber into Bolivia (this ...
... in 1960. The architect, Oscar Niemeyer, was responsible for many of the city's unique buildings, all of which display his iconic use of abstract forms and curves. Brasilia's central area is shaped like an aeroplane. Ministries and monuments are concentrated in the 'fuselage'. Further south, in the 'cockpit', are the most interesting government buildings, including the Congresso Nacional. We enjoyed the city sights, although it was a challenge to get a photo without ...
... have been. A lot of them have been hit by lightening and are all black and charred, so perhaps they are there to attract the lightening as I understand the storms are quite common here.
The retreat was completely flooded
when we got here, so we waded our bags to our rooms, at which point there was a
powercut! We unpacked by candlelight, and Maddie got to use his Mozzie net,
leading us all to call him ‘princess’ as it looks just like ...
... residenciales...). La avenida principal es el Axis Monumental, donde casi todos los edificios fueron diseñados por Niemeyer. Querían dar la impresión de unos edificios flotantes sobre el suelo - el piso bajo se deja sin tabicar y solo con las columnas vistas. Y aquí me despido de Brasil! No me robaron, ni me timaron (probablemente si, pero ni me di cuenta) y me quedaron muchas ganas de volver ...