12.1 and Home

12.1 and Home
Rio de Janeiro International Airport, Brazil
Rio de Janeiro International Airport, Brazil All my time in Brazil was spent in an airport. This is even more of a travesty than when I only saw the capital city of San Jose in 1.1 (that was a while ago wasn’t it?!). Last time I was in Brazil was nearly four years ago, though I’m trying to figure out if there are any comparisons that I can make.. 1. The buffet food is still the same in that you take a plate and then pay based on the weight of the items you’ve chosen. Cue identifying the best taste:grams ratio amongst the dishes. 2. The airport chairs are still uncomfortable
There were four flights to get from Bs As to Heathrow taking approximately 40 hours door-to-door. The first (and unfortunately shortest) was with Qatar and was well plush. From there it was all a bit downhill, but nothing much that can be done about. After a delay and missed connection, it was back on home soil a little later than expected, but nonetheless in one piece.
Home comforts were just a two hour car journey away as my journey was complete.