St. Peter Hotel
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My spine was tingling, my heart was racing, my hairs were standing on end as I came out in goosebumps listening to those final beats. The Tangled atmosphere was pulsating through. The cheers and screams of excitement from the crowd flowed over the music as vocals do a melody. For a brief moment I felt like I was there. There with my beloved friends dancing the night away to that ecstatic rhythm produced by the the maestro of it all. Terry Pointon. The DJ ...
It should take just under 2 hours to get from Ouro Preto to Belo Horizonte. We left Ouro Preto at 2pm allowing plenty of time to make our connection for the 7pm night bus (booked 2 months previously) from Belo Horizonte and to catch USA v Ghana at the bus terminal. However, disaster struck as the road into BH was gridlocked due to an accident, meaning the journey took over 5 hours. No chance of getting to the bus terminal in time, we caught a taxi and tried to catch up ...
... much all buildings were designed by Niemeyer. They wanted to give the impression of floating buildings over the ground - by not raising up walls on the ground floor and leaving it bare with just the columns. And here I wave Brazil goodbye! Managed to not get mugged, not been ripped off (probably a little bit though) and looking forward to come ...
... Miranda wavered as she had to clamber over 2 boats of different heights (it's amazing how much you need two arms to do things...), but there was no alternative and she was soon installed with the locals, the Christmas shopping for delivery to the islanders and half a dozen holiday makers. Another lovely place to stay, set back in the forest, disturbed only by the cacophony of insect and bird noises. We sat and watched the hummingbirds, tiny monkeys, a ...
... city, but I already thought I would never pass by there because it is so out of the way of anything else. But then I got lucky, meeting 2 couchsurfers from Brasilia, and getting a ride from them all the way to Brasilia.
So what is so very interesting about Brasilia?
First of all, it's Brazil's capital. Not Rio. Brasilia is. I think it's a little bit funny, naming the capital city "Brasilia", just like Bolivia's money, they called it "Bolivianos". But ...