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So I started my day in The Praca where I explored the UNESCO world herritage area and buildings. Actually the entire city is a UNESCO area but the Praca has some of the most important buildings like the supreme court, the national justice council, and one of the most impressive buildings I think I have ever seen Procuradoria geral de republica.
A near 3 km walk took me to the Superior Justice Tribunal and the Workers Tribunal. It ...
... Brazilian architect
I'm back in Brazil for work and although Rio and Sao Paulo are always extraordinary places to go, Brasilia was on the agenda this year, and that is what I really wanted to see.
Brasilia has fascinated me for years. Brazil decided to move the capital from Rio to the heart of the interior and planned a modern city in the middle of nowhere, designed to "perfection" by urban planner Lúcio Costa and architect ...
... Brasilia airport, we were only 2 hours behind our original arrival time. We were made to feel very welcome in our modern, comfortable Airbnb apartment and enjoyed lunch with the hosts after settling in. Later that day, we watched Brazil v Mexico at a very local bar and witnessed the growing frustration of the natives as Brazil failed to score.
Built from nothing in the middle of nowhere in about three years, Brasilia replaced Rio de Janeiro as Brazil's centre ...
Lencois to Brasilia
We left Lencois early; it was to be a couple of long days driving to get to Brasilia
Lencois was a small town, but did have a few highlights, but not many
We did a major truck clean on our second day here, and that meant the whole truck emptied and cleaned and washed out, and it really needed it, I was on windows, walls and lights (and anything in general)
Everyone really got stuck in emptying it, seats, bags, everything ...
... Then went to the beach.
The final stop was the small colonial town of Paraty with cobbled streets and an historic centre of old houses. A final trip to the beach and before we knew it we were saying goodbye (though not before we had gratefully offloaded quite a few kilos of excess belongings which wended their way back to England in James' bag alongside quite a few bottles of cheap vodka). M&J got on a bus for Rio, we headed in the ...