Slaviero Conceptual Full Jazz
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... a spot take their seat, order first drinks and then notice the wrong game is on the screen. The Aussies manage to get their game on the TV instead of the Dutch v Chile game which doesn’t make some Dutch fans happy. The game is disappointing, the Aussies lose again. The trucker singlet group leave. Cirsty and Ryan stay on. As Brazil’s game approaches the pub fills and the street outside turns into a street party. During half-time patrons get out ...
The travel day begins. Got to the bus terminal and caught the next bus leaving to Curitiba with 5 minutes to spare. When we arrived in Curitiba we booked a bus going to Foz arriving at 5 am in the morning, giving us just 3 hours to cross the border into Argentina, find the airport and check into our flight.
Again, it wasn't an exciting day and means that it is one more night of wintery uncomfortableness before I actually get back to a city that I know and love
... a little and also got a tiny quiche each and a brownie to share. (It was a close competitor to my brownies!) The bus journey took about 7 hours (should have been under 6) We were planning to meet up with Alex Angie & Ryan when we got to Flori, however as we didn't arrive until 8pm we had just missed them and they'd gone to Oktoberfest. We were a bit gutted. After getting checked in we asked Tiego (or Diego?) ...
... time passed quickly.
Because we had paid slightly more for our tickets, the bus was much better than the one to Curitiba. We had blankets and pillows, foot rests and the seat reclined a little further. We slept for most of the journey again and didn’t have far to go by the time we woke up. Just before we arrived in Rio, a boy (of about 8 years old) whose mother had been fussing over him the entire journey, was standing up and the bus braked so he ...
When I started my South American jolly I had planned to travel north from Buenos Aires and around the continent in an anti-clockwise loop ending in Santiago de Chile. This would have seen me arrive in Curitiba in December or January where I intended to spend some quality time with my friend Alex. I first met Alex at the end of 2006 when I first travelled to Brazil to spend New Year with Caroline and Guilherme (known by all as Big) and their friends. Big is from ...