San Juan Executive
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... as an almighty thunderstorm hit and could enjoy cable Tv for the
night. Did pick up a bottle of Bier Hoff, a local stout, to enjoy it with.
Am finally getting my ear in a bit more with the Portugese,
where everything is “how, now brown cow” – no is “nao” and of is “no” –
confusing or what!
... in a taxi, easy come easy go I guess.
We went to the stadium to see if there were people there selling some there. Again there were more Aussies wanting to buy tickets than the amount actually going to the game. We decided to give up and go to the fan fest and just have fun. Fan fest was ages away and once we got there we hopped out of the cab and was told that we needed a bracelet to enter and they were at capacity. Add that to the disappointment. Next best thing? ...
... snack. We ordered a cafe gelato which is the equivalent to a frappecino and nice and cold. I ordered a fruit one and Chris ordered mocha. Unfortunately this is where I've been programmed by Starbucks or Costa and the like to assume I would get and iced, fresh blended fruit drink. What I got was a cold milk shake with the glass full of strawberry ice cream sauce!! Not quite the idea. But it was a lovely cafe and we sat in the ...
... foods from around the world. We got a sandwich called a Barraca Miniera which was hot pork and onion in a bap. It was delicious. While walking around we saw teh cathedral and came across another market which was more a boot fair deal so wasn’t of much interest. After lunch we walked to a lovely little square by the university where we sat and people watched for a while. We headed to the bus station a little earlier than we really needed to be there ...
... into their later sitting.
As I bade farewell to Alex, my amazing host and brother the next day I could not help but feel really sad. I knew I would miss Curitiba for some time and I cannot express my gratefulness to Alex, but it would be like water off a duck's back anyway. This kind of hosting seems to come as second nature. And all the talk of Buenos Aires' La Cabrera restaurant the previous night had wetted my appetite for my return to Buenos Aires just slightly. Chou Chou ...