Brasilia


What Katie Did.

Our next leg of the journey involved a flight at 5am to Salvador, with an 11 hour stop over in Brasilia. We ended up getting to the airport around 10pm the night before and having to stay there until our flight took off at 5am – not enjoyable. But, after a short flight, we made it to Brasilia.

After stopping for some breakfast, we headed out into central Brasilia to see some of the main sights. From what we had heard, there wasn’t actually loads to do in Brasilia, it was more just a lot of new architecture and cool buildings to check out. Our first stop was the TV Tower, which our guidebook had said was 70 floors high, giving you a good view of Brasilia.

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When we were walking up to it, we both agreed that it looked pretty dead, and we later found out that it was…

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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