Novotel Porto Alegre Tres Figueiras
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... operators. By then, mr tourist info had reappeared and I could get by
with a mix of Spanish and English – it is quickly becoming apparent that
educated people do understand Spanish if they are willing to make the effort
but some, naturally, aren’t!
Thankfully my research paid off and got a decent room close
to centre & bus station for about £15. Headed off, via the central ...
... cash as the credit card machine was not working...) as departure time was a bit late than expected. Sandwiches were good. Pedro's long standing loose tooth gave signs that it was about to come out at any moment, and then just before taking off, in the plane, Pedro's loose tooth finally came out when he was eating a "Sonho de Valsa" candy - it came out after months of being loose (theTooth Fairy will have to work tonight!). The flight took 2 ...
... bonus. I think we crossed the border around 1:30am. I didn't have to do anything but felt the bus stop for about 25 minutes. EGA had kept my passport and took care of the border formalities returning it to me in the morning stamped. We arrived into Porto Alegre just after 9am which means I missed the 9am departure executivo departure I was optimistically targeting. To be honest u think it had sold out anyways. I had s little ...
... top of a beautiful suburb, Olinda, I found refuge in Tapioca stalls, Coconuts and acai, while taking in the sun and view, a scenario to be repeated many times in the following weeks. As the sun set, a small crowd gathered and before you knew it, someone was blasting a speaker and the whole crowd was dancing. Yep, I was back in Brazil! While it was obvious that this was only a small fiesta, I strongly felt that with many of the giant Carnival puppets ...
... had a bit of a language barrier we were still laughed and joked and we managed to dispel their belief that all English people were serious haha. Dinner was incredible, we had fejoeda (Brazilian black beans), steaks cooked in their BBQ grill and salad and veg. There was even homemade dessert and coffee for afters. We drank red wine, home made by her grandad that was his last batch before he died and they even have us ...