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... the amount of #JogaPraEle hashtags on twitter, and so many other things, I’m actually optimistic. But we’ll see… Also, a couple closing notes of World Cup stuff. I’m sorry to see Costa Rica go. Most of Brazil was cheering for the Netherlands because Netherlands has a better chance of taking out Argentina for us, but I liked my underdogs. It was a close game. See you in four years Costa Rica, you can go home proud. I don’t like Germany but ...
... there was going to be a big party, and we would be part of it.
Looking over the edge of the balcony the few people I could see on the streets far below were all wearing Brazil shirts or Brazilian colours of yellow and green. There are flags hanging from balconies everywhere. It's not like in Britain though where the more flags you see, the closer you are to a hotbed of racism and UKIP support. Brazil's national pride is embodied by support for their ...
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Аэроп 86;рт Sao-Paulo Guarulhos - навер 85;ое, сродн 80; нашем 91; Шерем 77;тьево лет ...
... was swamped with people walking through the street markets. One street market was specifically for Japanese food and at some stalls the crowd of people in front of the counter was 4 deep. We settled for some gyoza, fish ball things and fried prawns. Yum!
We then walked to the Italian district from a different angle, with the intentions of finding a cheaper piece of pizza- but I probably should have done a bit of research beforehand. The area was about 10 blocks away, but it ...
... first day in true `Heather Small´ style making ourselves proud by getting all of our affairs in order. That evening we aquainted ourselves with some of Sao Paulo´s more interesting characters in the form of a sex-mad middle-aged Australian woman, a schizophrenic Scottish terrier (a.k.a Gringo) and Raphael - LimeTime´s own lothario.
The next day was named double-sushi day. We first met Hayley´s German friend Lara for sushi ...