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Travel Blogs from Belo Horizonte
... an old Brazilian friend. We met with Dan, Kai and Foggo at our apartment and it is nothing short of breathtaking, We are on the top floor of an apartment complex on Botafogo beach, with Sugarloaf mountain in the foreground. To the rear, Cristo Redentor looks directly out over onto us, his reliable protective arms offering us shelter.
We have visited Sugarloaf so far and plan to do Corcovado (Christ the Redeemer) tomorrow. You need to get there pretty early if you want ...
... dead of night. My preconceptions were wrong, and I am happy to admit it. The next day we jumped on the bus to Copacabana to watch a game in the fan park but not before meeting our first Tanzanian on our trip so far. His name Aristotle, and although he now lived in the US he knew many of our friend there. So after 12 months, we had finally met another Tanzanian! The fan park most people would have seen on the TV. Based on the beach itself, it holds what must be more than ...
High on the excitement and fever of the Colombia fans and win at Brasilia, we happily made our way to Belo Horizonte. Oh what a game. Well, everyone will know by now that England's chances were dashed before we even got there, but to see a goal-less game was even more disheartening. There's a generally nice vibe to Belo Horizonte. It's renowned as a nice state in Brazil, even with Brazillians, and so many people stopped in ...
... Met up with a group of lads who brought our tix from the uk, Jt was in his element chatting football and we could drink during the game. Followed the crowds after by getting a bus to Sanaa's where the party happens. Ended up at a street party watching the Columbia game on outside Tv's with live music and food. Had an early flight the next day to Fortaleza which is the ...
... breakfast vouchers for our troubles. But we did end up being allocated room number 1966, whether it was a coincidence or a cruel joke being played by the receptionists we will never know, but it did have the added advantage of a bunk bed for Lucy to use as storage. Naturally, we went straight out to catch the 7pm football game before wandering to find food and stumbling across Savassi, an area very similar to Vila Madalena, heaving with people - not what we were expecting on ...
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