Pullman SP International Airport
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... it’s all you hear about. And it is pretty depressing. Poor guy. It’s got to be killing him. Thankfully though, he’ll be fine in a month, which for back injuries is a good thing. I think it really rocked the whole country though. Neymar is an idol here. I’ve never seen so many people come together to support one thing (soccer) much less one person. I guess now he’s more like a martyr. From a logistics point of view, we could be fine. Neymar honestly ...
... this well again for some time I had more than my fill and slept like a log in the spare bedroom.
There was a lot to be excited about when we awoke on 12 June 2014. The day was sunny with totally blue sk Not only was it Aidan's birthday (and Brazilian Valentines day bizarrely), it was also the opening game of the World Cup, in Sao Paulo. Although we didn't have tickets to Brazil v Croatia, as it's basically an unofficial national holiday when Brazil play, ...
... in a darkened room.
The total value of what I bought was about £4.
Still puzzling over it all, we arrived at Mercado Municipal, an enormous food market in a beautiful old building with stained glass windows. There are literally hundreds of food stalls, selling everything from steak to chocolate covered strawberries. The mezzanine is packed with restaurants, and my knobbly elbows ensured that we got a table at one of the most popular ones, squeezed in alongside ...
... Sao Paulo could look absolutely awesome would the municipality do something about it. The place looks just like those post-apocalyptic B movies. Should the junkies lying around start to walk funny, I might mistake them for living dead…
The feeling was accentuated when we took a sort of land bridge in the heart of the city. This bridge looks like it is cutting the city in two. Buildings are so close to it that I could see what every person ...
... to ours, which also left Iguazu at a similar time, operated by another company. So I'm assuming some folks are just getting off here and there is no big deal. Then out of nowhere blasted two police vehicles into sight, coming to a screeching stop between the busses. Lights flashing, sirens blaring. Pretty much every single person outside the busses, excluding myself and maybe one bemused older Peruvian guy, started fleeing in all directions, trying to carry as ...