Piazza Navona - InterCity
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I flew to Porto Alegre today. Got up, had breakfasts and had a last walk along Leblon beach listening to my iPod. Went back to the hostel and checked out, said my goodbyes to others at the hostel and Andrew and I (Indonesian/Canadian guy) shared a cab to the airport (he was flying to Sao Paulo for work). We met up airside and he bought me lunch on his work expenses and chatted for a while before my flight. Vitorio met me at the airport and we took a bus to the ...
Alex and I had a bit of a sleep in today and decided to go into town to meet up with some of her friends for a birthday lunch. I showed her the secret to microwave scramble eggs and then we jumped on the bus. She needed to find a present, so a quick stop at the supermarket was in order before we headed to the restaurant.
Everyone was already there on time, despite Brazilians being notoriously bad at keeping track of time. We ordered our drinks and chatted ...
... of the organized cyclists was. It was also Halloween, so another reason to celebrate, but we drew the line at dressing up. I did expect to see a bunch of monsters on this ride. We got a bunch of beers and filled up our bike baskets and then met the rest of the 400 or so people. Literally maybe 10 people in costume. Come on Brazil! It's a party! I though you guys loved to party!
I didn't really know what it was all about, but it became pretty evident ...
... delaying inevitable death outside.
There is a alleyway in POA that looks a lot like a mini La Boca (in Buenos Aires) with a lot of different coloured houses (now businesses) on both sides. Despite the heat, we detoured to here to check it out and both decided it was worth risking death for.
Getting access to a bank in Brazil, means literally emptying everything into a hatch in the glass and passing through a metal detector. After failing miserably many times ...
... at a reasonable hour. to make out connecting bus to Uruguay tonight. ****!
We waited another 2 hours, but came to the realization that we were going to be spending a night in Porto Alegre. A quick bit of research into hostels revealed one pretty close to the Rodoviaria that we were going to be arriving at, and it was pretty cheap. We got on our bus, which was not packed at all. ...