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... a month with family and friends in Denmark and a three months roundtrip in Latin America.
Thanks again for your amazing interest and support throughout the last six months of my life. Not least thanks to you, I've had such an awesome experience. I just reached 1,100 hits on my blog. I'm sure you'll agree that that tells an interesting story in itself!
Warm regards and all the very best,
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Sorry no pictures for this one! Here is included an extract from an email (in French) sent to my family describing my longest bus trip ever going from Bahia, Brazil to La Paz, Bolivia. Including my stop-over in the Chapada Diamantina in Brazil, it took me around a week to get to La Paz from Bahia using 7 different buses and a few other transportation vehicles, jumping from one bus to another, visiting a lot a bus terminals and sleeping most of the nights in a bus!!
Décimo oitavo dia viagem: Marília - São Paulo
Distância percorrida: 930 km
Acordamos cedo, tomamos nosso café, vestimos nossas roupas (molhadas) e nos preparamos para seguir até onde fosse possível no caminho para Brasília. Chovia.
Seguimos por alguns kms com chuva fraca, depois a chuva parou e foi possível aumentar a velocidade. Dessa maneira, conseguimos chegar em casa após umas 11 ...
... Now I am in the airport, waiting for my flight to Recife, to go visit Juliana (who was also au pair in New York). My host in Recife has a swimmingpool on his roof :) More luck haha!
I love airports, they make me feel so happy inside, I want to jump around in them singing made-up songs, but I am able to restrain myself in this (it's hard though, the urge is big!).
(on a karma-note: Wish kerosine wasn't so harmful though)
Big beijo to all from lucky me! :)
... a UFO. All the minesties have the same buildings except two of them. I could visit the national congress and it's two chambers, one with an opened bowl for the deputees, and the second one with a closed disc for the senate. The foreign affairs ministry was really great, almost like a museum. And the best was the Bom Bosco sanctuary and its night sky windows which delivers a very nice feeling when you enter. To have a ...