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... later departure is bad for my body and I nearly fell asleep in the lounge. As I waited, the departure time was brought forward by 15 minutes (every little helps) and we were called to board even sooner. So perhaps it won't be that bad.
As I approached the gate in could see a melee of people waiting to get on. Fortunately there was a fast track and I went straight through. Interestingly, business class passengers went through a different exit and boarded through a ...
... front urinating into a cup and pouring it on the ground, instead of watching the ball on the big screen she finds herself watching the path that it is taking towards her. By half time the score is locked at 1-1 and the pee is only 45cm away. Cirsty tells Ryan that she has to go to the toilet. They push their way through the crowd and finally make it out. Going back in is not an option so the pair head back to the bar area from earlier. After the game ...
... some food. Not much open so I stopped in at the corner cerveceria and pointed at a fried empanada looking thing. It ended up being an aged ham and cheese sandwich. Aged definition here is made at lunch time and microwaved at midnight. Nothing a beer couldn’t wash down. So I got one of those too.
It went down quickly and gave me the energy for a little more exploring but it was quick and I was glad to crawl into bed.
Let the good times roll!!!
... to their city...My question was is it the government's job to teach this or the church's. He said both. Something to chew on for a little bit. The other cool and simultaneously terrifying thing was that we had to introduce ourselves for the podcast/radio broadcast. Now I've been on the radio in Brasil :)
3) Tribunal at Project Meninas Meninos de Rua (Street Children Project): the educators of the project facilitated an ...
... have shook the officers hand as he drove by, we were that close, yet, he was going at such a speed, I barely had time to comprehend what just happened. I was left defenceless. All I could do was press my imaginary clutch and brake; a fruitless exercise if there ever was one.
After the road-rash-cum-destruction-derby esque experience that was driving in Sao Paulo, I was relieved to be standing at the doors of the Champs Elysées ...