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Managed to escape with our lives leaving Lima. The hotel had allegedly ordered us a taxi, which we were assured was a better choice than taking one off the street. Unfortunately it did not arrive until half an hour later than we had asked, we then almost immediately got into a traffic jam. Once again the taxi was not the most up-to-date or well …
... minutes left. 5 minutes left. They also say, don't worry it will show up. Well, five minutes left and I still have to have them check me in; otherwise the next flight to Natal on GOL is seven hours later. 3 minutes left. Still no mystery lady with my bag. Then out of the corner of my eye, I see the lovely bright orange GOL shirt I have been looking for lugging my monstrosity of a piece of luggage. I go and grab it and the manager bypasses ...
... years it has been around. After a long day with lots of walking we took a taxi back to our hostel and had a chill out. Much needed sit down! In the evening we went to the supermarket and got some ingredients to cook tea in the hostel. We decided on chicken and vegetable pasta bake which was very tasty to say we had limited resources. It had been a busy tiring day so we relaxed for the evening before going to bed to restore ourselves for tomorrow's ...
... a-cold, which won't happen if you wear your scarf.
One irritating thing about Portuguese is that the only way the to mark a question is through intonation, as opposed to English where we can invert word order. This can lead to a funny situation when reading aloud in which after a very long sentence the reader suddenly realizes that she's not reading a statement but rather a question?
... vehicles can run on ethanol, gasoline or any mixture of the two and as a casual observer through town, I noticed a great deal of many different car brands in Sao Paolo and many of them had "Flex-Fuel" labels on them. This technology has led to an economic boom for Brazil, and possibly/hopefully the rest of the world will be able to follow suit.
The biggest market for Brazilian sugarcane is the United States, ...
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