WZ Jardins - Lorena Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... in it apart from my cards), but he saw the outline of my phone in the other pocket shouted for it, sticking the glass right up in my face. Meanwhile, Sophie did really well and held onto her bag, actually telling her mugger to “wait”, whilst she got her purse out for him. They then both ran off, chucked my wallet as they realised there was no cash, got into their car and sped off. I tried to stay cool and remember details and see the registration of the car, but it ...
... t switch the screen off.
But they also have wifi and mobile phone coverage on board. In club we get 4mb free. It's expensive but prices will come down. I sent Tom a message before I went to sleep.
A good dinner followed with a better choice of wines than BA and the best PX I have tasted.
I was listening to Vaughan Williams' sea symphony - and really listening. So typical of its time and so confident. We couldn't do that now.
A reasonable ...
... is a football museum, which celebrates in the main all the Brazilian heros. Starting with Charles Miller, who brought football to Brazil. Then all the famous Brazilian players like Pele, Garincha, Zico, Socrates, Ronaldo just to name a few. It has soccer history of all the decades that Brazil won the world cup. The Football museum is a great place to visit if you are football lover.
At the exit of ...
The first leg of my 44 hour journey went relatively quickly. I was able to sleep periodically and attempted to get through a couple of movies but crashed only a couple minutes in. Throughout the flight nervousness over what awaited me in Caracas had grown. I can't speak a word of Spanish, how will everything on arrival go smoothly? Would it be the adventure I was hoping for? What would the other Trekkers be like? Most of these questions I could not answer but I was comforted in ...
... bit of Sao Paulo.
Main things from Paraty the second time around were: we met a sketchy guy from Colombia called "John Lennon" who was selling jewellery to pay his way around the continent, an irritating English girl who thought she would have to fly home after having drunk a can of Guarana energy drink (what a piker!), and a very lovely Argentinian girl called Veronica who gave us some recommendations for ...