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... me up at 8am. Igor Gasparto is a Brazilian but spent five years in Ireland and has Italian and Japanese heritage. What a combo. His English is excellent and so is his knowledge of the Pantanal area. He also has a great sense of humour so we enjoyed many many laughs along the way. But the best thing ... he only takes small groups and lucky me, I had him all to myself. That meant lots of flexibility with the itinerary and you gotta love "it's all about ME!" The drive ...
Today was a lazy kind of day. I decided to have a bit of an extra sleep before i had lunch with the family and i watched a few of the world cup games on TV. The stadium was only a 10 min bus ride away from the house i was staying at so i wasn't in a huge rush as cuiaba was so hot all the time, in fact some people have 4 showers a day. The Chile fans are nuts and in fact after this game i would be happy to not see a fan ever again, esp after the shena****ns they got up ...
... can but it is nothing in comparison to what the Chile fans produce. Ryan and Cirsty are encouraged by the Chile fans to chant. Cirsty decides that Australia needs to add sporting chants to the new national curriculum. Chile fans continue to chant throughout game. Ryan has an outburst at Chilean supporter, to his amazement they speak English and tell him to settle down. After a tough match Australia loses 3-1. Cirsty and Ryan head back to pre-match venue ...
... as we completely dominated. Shot after shot. And then again Tim Cahill headed one into the net. After celebrating like crazy again we found out it had been disallowed.
The end score, 3-1, did not reflect the game at all with Australia playing better for most of the match.
We were so proud of Australia's effort we just could not be disappointed. The players were great ...
... exercise books to write in and basic stationary.Most astonishingly of all,in this village where chickens roam free in the class rooms and corn cobs lie drying in the sun,there is a computer room with 11 computers,two printers,internet and the only air conditioner in the village to keep the computers cool. The air conditioning unit told a story in itself,where we would be complaining about the drenching humidity in our own rooms,these people sacrifice their own comfort by prioritizing ...
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