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... nos próximos meses, preciso me acostumar a encher meu bauzinho de pessoas especiais e ao mesmo tempo dar t"chau a cada uma delas e seguir meu caminho. Consegui fazer isso com as pessoas amadas que deixei no Brasil, tenho que fazer ao redor do mundo também!
Troquei os chinelos e meias pelas minhas botas, maquina na mochila, sorriso no rosto, um desejo imenso de descobrir o que eu teria pela frente e fui curtir essa cidade maravilhosa!!! Quero voltar em CT no verão, amei essa ...
... measuring about 9ft x 9ft. Few had running water in their homes and most were forced to share outside sanitation facilities. It was not until the recent involvement of an Irish businessman, Niall Mellon which resulted in more than three hundred brand new, homes of brick being built with promises of many more, turning the informal settlement into a permanent residential area. It just needs a few thousand more.
Things are winding down now that we only have one more night left here in Africa - but not before a few great days spent in the heart of the wine lands region - Stellenbosch. The Spier Hotel where we stayed is part of a very large winery and estate. Our visit here included a tour of the the region (stunning) and a walking tour of Stellenbosch where we dropped by "The Big Easy", golfer Ernie El's restaurant and winery store. We had a wine ...
Today started with the Robben Island excursion at 8:30. We were under the impression that the ride would be 20 minutes and ended up being about an hour. We showed up and were put on a bus tour for 45 minutes. I couldn't tell you how many of those minutes I was nodding in and out. The guide’s voice was so mellow, and the sun was right on me I couldn’t help it. After that we took a tour around the prison ...
... mean that I was up and wide awake at 3.30 am.
Awesome. My first day was spent getting to know the area and hanging
around the house. The weather was lovely so I took a trip to the beach and the
local shops. The area where Mark lives is a suburb just off a main road
down to the beach. However, as soon as I go beyond the suburb it is obvious
that I am not in Canada anymore.
In the late afternoon I lazed by the pool and then had ...