Transamerica Prime - The World
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Our 'play time' in Dubai started the very night the forum ended. We were pumped for an exciting night out. We decided to start at a bar called Barasti. This place was nothing like I had seen before. It was located on the beach and yet surrounded by skyscrapers in a way that only Dubai can be. Haz got us a pitcher of 'Bullfrog', a drink that is quite common among the locals.What we hadn't factored into our ...
... as their brand new stadium is a five minute walk from the hotel. Unfortunately it is so new that it isn't being used yet and the match was at a different stadium. By the time we realised it was late and rainy, so we left it for another time.
We left for the airport by taxi at 1 o'clock. It has been a great trip, and we have been overwhelmed by the friendliness and generosity of the Brazilian people we have met. We're hoping to be back soon.
... people. Keys only #noneofthisstreetlevelshit #bigballa. Fortunately some jesus loving brazilian family took pity on me and located a locksmith, who laughed at my ineptitude and waved away my money.
Next challenge was finding the apartment. Who said google maps changed the game? My pigeon portuguese can barely get me some peri peri, and I'm the sawce bowse. Our taxi driver drove there on some halle berry ****, and was not happy when los gringos could barely ...
... for us to go back to sleep. Thank god! We slept for about 3 hours until Marcella rang Paula and told her she was outside. She came up and then we gathered all our things to go to her house. Georgie, Marcella and I took a taxi to her house as we had so much stuff! We then showered and dressed and went to go find some food. Its a saturday so most restaurants serve a set menu of Feijoada at a fixed price. We walked around ...
... conditions and his thoughts. For instance, most Brazilians are now more likely to get a cell phone than to get a new landline because running new landlines into rural areas is far too costly. The 3G service is ok but 4G is still very weak and althought the gov't wants 4G up by next year, Mo is skeptical. He went on to tell us tha infrastructure is still more of an issue. Roads need a lot of work ...