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... I think it's kind of fitting to end on though. What's more Brazilian than street art? I uploaded a ton of pictures. The first half is street art, the second is sightseeing adventures I've had. I really appreciate the street art/graffiti that is everywhere here. Most of it is illegible signatures or things written in an alphabet that I can't read (although I'm told it's just a variation of the Latin alphabet). Some of them all really clever though. ...
... me with a beautiful pair of hands. And feet. What would have taken 45 minutes back home took an hour and a half.
Now the guys out there can continue reading.
Graham filled the unforgiving hour with research on the next destinations as well as work. We both need to keep tabs on things back home.
Remember that amazing map app I mentioned a few days ago? So fantastic, I put in the name of the restaurant and it gave me ...
... as you can imagine, the Q&A session was quite interesting, with me trying to stick to principles and telling them they had to do the contextualisation themselves! But the conference seemed to be a resounding success, which is fantastic. People engaged, asked questions and genuinely wanted to explore the whole topic. Ian was very encouraged, but as I jetted of to my hotel in Lima, I did wonder if I'd left them rather a mess to clear ...
... city centre. As we had been travelling all night and had zero sleep, after only 1 hour we were flagging, but true to form we stuck it out to the end like real troupers. After which we almost ran back to the hostel for check in and went straight to sleep.
Visited an all you can eat Gourmet sushi restaurant for dinner, bang tidy! Possibly the best sushi we've ever eaten, not a buffet style, but hot and fresh and brought straight to the ...
... from countryside to large metropolis of 19 million people. The lanes grew in number, along with the number of people, homes, barrios, favelas, signs of multinational corporations, and buildings in all directions. This was by far the most challenging navigating we had to do. The shere size of the freeways, and uncertainty with the signage, made it an intense place to drive...it was like being inside an ant-hive. Camilo ...