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... we visited a few days earlier.
We order some fruit juice - Kirsty had some last time and it was wonderful. Quickly down it and order beers, (more Antarctica) and fall into the same trap as previously - didn't learn and ordered 2 pasta dishes and some ribs. The pasta dishes are served in large over dishes surely enough for 4 people and we have 2 of them!
Dinner was devine, we head back to the hotel clean up re-pack and collapse into bed.
... guide picked 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 ...
... and for category 3 tickets we had some of the sweetest seats in the stadium, albeit surrounded by chanting chileans. When the national anthem of australia played, i got goosebumps. While we were outnumbered 3 to one in the stadiums, our national anthem was definitely sung louder and with more pride than the chileans, no doubt about it.
On kick off, the atmosphere was the most incredible ive eer felt anywhere. But shortly ...
... Being down 2-0 after 20 minuets and surrounded by Chileans was a bit if a buzz kill, but Timmy and his golden forehead got us a goal and gave us all a glimpse of hope. Chants included: "You put your poop in the garbage bin" "Pe pe pe ru ru ru, viva PERU" "Roto, roto, ...
... military junta and he and his wife had spent two years as expats in Hong Kong.Their son owned a yacht and so did their daughter and they were keen sailors. As a barrister,Tony has had a stressful life and his wife Anette has had to under go heart surgery but for all the wealth they seemed to lack an awful lot of common sense and they seemed to ooze the perception that money was their ticket to this “new kind of travel”that they were trying.I nodded politely ...
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