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Translation (This one was particularly hard. I took creative liberty.): "Let's shout from the heart, let's cheer and play all together, show anew to the wold how you make a champion. Because only we have five stars on the green and yellow, and only we get emotional from singing the national anthem acapella. Beloved homeland Brazil... Show your strength Brazil! Take our love with ...
... awesome. Real quick: Happy Birthday to my favorite room mate and good friend Megan. I love youuuuu! Sorry I can't celebrate it with you. Hope Lincoln is treating you well. Anyway, those are my collective thoughts on Sao Paulo, the World Cup, and other shena****ns. Have any questions or anything? Just let me know. I’ll try to keep adding details as I remember them, but for now, grace and peace from Fernanda’s couch in Tatuapé, Sao ...
São Paulo with the locals... Lisa and Rafi live really close to the famous Ibapapuera park, one of the only parks in São Paulo and the we both comment that it feels a bit like LA, large blocks hosting condominiums and restaurants and cafes on every corner. On day one we managed to stumble upon a Carnival warm up street party in Vila Magdelena! It was a crazy crush of hundreds of people in fancy dress, drinking beer in the sunshine and dancing to the distant music ...
... around the centre and visited the Cathedral which had s large well stocked souvenir shop.No church misses a trick when it comes to money.We then met up with some of the other guests to go and buy tickets for the match before stopping off at a local supermarket for a snoop.It's strange what you miss when your away from home,family and friends obviously,but a trip down a cheese aisle can also send the senses running wild.It was ...
Then we miss the sake. In general.
This is what I've learned from this place, to taste again. The beauty of appreciation.
Humanity, empathy and perseverance.
Share. Find a "pai do coracao". Take what you like even if you don't please everyone.
You were Boa Gente At the Palace and moving there has been one of the best things I have ...