SIA Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... 75 R per hour/per student so for around a grand total of 3750R. It is now 7:47 PM and we were starving so we decided to eat at a restaurant called Sabor do Sul. We ate grilled and stewed local fish at a budget price of 22.5R each or 45 real altogether. It was located a short walk from our hotel so we walked to and from it. There was so much food we had a ton of leftovers that we brought to our hotel. When we walked back to the hotel it was 9 o' clock so we went to bed.
... animals and birds!
Here we are - bush camp number 2! We are camped out at the back of what could be described as a 'service station' Brazilian rural style! It was extremely kind of the owner to let up a make camp here - he has a bar, if necessary plus a pool table! But the biggest result is not only a toilet, but also a shower!!!! I have already been in ...
... basic walk as us. We arrive at the stadium, and it is another impressive architectural feat. The stadium is brand new, created for the World Cup, and looks it. Everything looks clean and modern, as you would expect. We buy some Brahma, of course, and venture to our seats which are not quite as good as the ones in Rio, but only because they are bit higher up.
The stadium is packed with people cheering for ...
... of the population lived on the coastline. Nothing was done until President Kubitschek
decided to go for it in the 50’s, and he decided that this was the place to do
it – crazy really as there was literally nothing here at all, it wasn’t even a
settlement before then. The famous architect Oscar Niemeyer planned the city,
and it was all built and completed in 1,000 days, taking over officially from
Rio as the capital in 1960.
Some of the buildings ...
This post is being written from Brasilia, having flown there from Panama City. From now on, there are no more planes until I reach Guayaquil, in more than three months time. I managed to do a lot in my few days in Panama including, firstly, a boat trip on the canal and in the nearby jungle of Soberania National Park. As you can see, there were large container ships passing close to us. The tour was somewhat ...