Serrana Palace Hotel
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... also bought some cards so that we could pass some time on long bus journeys and the likes, so when we got back and played some cards with our new purchase. We went out for a few more beers before we actually said bye to Jess and Alex for the last time. The last thing I heard him say to me was "I smell you" as we got in the elevator hahahahaha
We then got on a bus to Rio where we drank a bottle of wine, before falling asleep for the ...
... of the gutter. We managed to find a way to control what was playing on the TV's throughout the hotel. A bit of a voyeuristic view for us watching people suddenly being exposed to a ridiculous comedy show being played at a volume that was far beyond regular speaking levels. Then it was more goodbye's with more people before heading back tot he hostel
I was handed another beer the second I got inside. The party continues. Some of the Brazilians had a soccer ball so we played some keepy off soccer with the Brazilians. The gringos weren't doing so well, but we tried our best. But inevitably, the unco gringos kicked the ball over the fence.
We all talked to a bunch of people in our best Portuguese, which for ...
... photographer arrived to take some getting ready shots and we posed around for a while.
Our car to the venue was an interesting experience. The driver had no idea where he was going. We took a few wrong turn, but we did eventually get there on time. Thank the good lord. After taking in the spectacular view, we waited around for everyone to arrive. We greeted everyone and got them all settled in.
And then the time came. Rod, Tim, Kellie and I made our way ...
... it but eventually saved a whole $2 on 25 little bottles of it. Task one for the day complete.
We knew it was going to be an unrealistic long shot, but we went to the tourist information centre at the market to see if we could pick up 25 tourist guides and city maps to include in the welcome packs. Needless to say, 25 was pushing it a little too far. We got 3 each. Well it was a start at least. We did get a tip that there was a much bigger tourist information ...