Pousada Arte Urquijo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... as people rushed to see if I was ok. Only my pride was hurt and thankfully my camera was safe in my backpack. What a tool!! Anyway I had a great day and made a new Brazilian friend which made for interesting conversation once again. Next I head to Cuiaba to do a safari of the Pantanal wetlands. Getting there means a full day of travel with bus, metro, plane and taxi. Not looking forward to that but it's all part of this crazy ...
... an eternity with a couple
of roadside toilet breaks and rest stop dinner however it was enjoyable after
the days event and our additional supplies helped. Arriving at the airport was
a hilarious show, most if not all of us had continued the party so were in high
spirits. Some of us had partied a bit harder than others though so once at the
airport went to entertaining us and the rest of the terminal with singing,
dancing, broadcasting of random statements and ...
Another bad nights sleep and I was up for breakfast. Toiletry habits weren't great and Ed confirmed he was having issues too. Looks like yesterday's barbeuce is the culprit. I spent most of the morning hanging around the hostel but did cut out for a wander around the town. We caught a 1 o'clock boat off the island. With the sun shining I lay back and soaked up the rays on the roof as I watched the world pass by. It's one of those times when I'm able ...
... Brit companion rolled up with his tour group. He looked at me. I shook my head. He nodded knowingly. We went back to port early. After Brazil we headed back to Mendoza to spend our last couple of weeks there and to say goodbye to/impose ourselves upon the good friends we'd made. From Mendoza, we decided to pop back to Santiago, Chile for the Lollapalooza festival weekend to see the likes of Pixies, Red Hot Chilli Peppers & Arcade Fire. On the ...
... dinner we met up with the buskers again. Rain had rained on their parade so no shows tonight which meant lots of sitting round and drinking. They fed us with ridiculously strong capirihanas (very generous people considering they had relatively little). I juggled a bit more and Aimz enjoyed a conversation in Portuguese Spanish and English between her, a Brazilian girl and a Chilean guy. We called it a night fairly early and said mañana to ...