Pullman SP International Airport
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... about it! (Yes, I will be fangirling over soccer players for a while.) So, worst case scenario, Brazil comes in already sad, Germany scores early, Brazil gets sad and stops playing. Slightly better scenario, Brazil slacks, Germany scores early, Brazil figures stuff out and starts playing better. Best scenario, Brazil comes in with their heads in the game and Germany has a bad day :D. Wow that was a lot of soccer. So who’s ready for game day? Other things in my life ...
... first bar wanting 80 Reals (and no free booze) we eventually plumped for somewhere round the corner which was about a tenner to get in. We had great seats in the corner looking out across the packed bar with Brazilians sitting at every table. I'm pretty sure me and Aidan were the only non-Paulistas there. The Brazilians were unsurprisingly riding a wave of gluttony, guzzling from whole bottles of beer (seemingly quite rare out here) and ordering a constant stream ...
We made it safely to our first destination! Woo Hoo! After so much planning & preparation we are finally here in this great City. Although, the day welcomed us with rain, a bit chilly, but it was ok for me. We met our tour guide Fernando Filet, who gave us a nice tour of the City. We visited the Cathedral and the old Soccer Stadium in Sao Paulo. We enjoyed our first meal in Brazil, a ...
... metro so I needed to transfer a few times. The first transfer
was also on foot instead of a train. I didn’t know this at the start and
ended up doing a few circles in the wrong train and had to go back to
where I started. After a few more tries I finally figured it out and
made it home all safe and sound.
That’s about it for today, it didn’t feel like much but that was quite a few words. Guess is was an alright day. ...
... with fear of being beaten to a pulp by someone in Buenos Aires. I can shout it from the rooftops now as people of Brazil like people from England!!
I left the hostel at 12 pm by taxi and headed to the airport. I was catching my flight from Iguazu, but the Brazilian side so had to cross the border again. Got stamped out of Argentina and headed off to the border control in Brazil. The taxi driver went in for me and go ...