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... our James Brown burger in Belo Horizonte, our James Dean burger was disappointing. It had a big dollop of onion flavoured cream on it, and for some reason came with a side bowl of garlic mayo but nothing to dip in it. It was a bit gacky and overpriced. To be honest, even our foray into Brazilian fast food emporium Bob's Burgers was more successful gastronomically.
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... us to the airport. He was very chatty like any other guide. We tipped him and was very happy.
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... br> Visa: Free
Meals: $8 - $15
Water: $3 per litre
Alcohol: $4 for a long neck
Transport: Subway single $1.50
Average Daily Spend per person: $54
Transport there for both of us: $160 – 18 hour Overnight bus across the border
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $375
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