Bristol Upper Residence Hotel
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... thunderstorm hit and could enjoy cable TV for the night. Did pick up a bottle of Bier Hoff, a local stout, to enjoy it with.
Am finally getting my ear in a bit more with the Portugese, where everything is “how, now brown cow” – no is “nao” and of is “no” – confusing or what!
... stakes as a win or draw would see Algeria through to the knockouts while Russia needed a win to move on. The match itself was very entertaining and the Algerian team, along with their fans, won over the neutrals. Some second half heroics from Algeria saw them come back from an early 1-0 deficit to deservedly earn the point needed to take them to the knockout round. A few words about the ...
... started with a revolutionary printer that made transactions and payments much easier for banks and merchants. It was nice to hear the decisions that Marcel took to help grow the company and those that with hindsight he wishes he had taken.
Friday was also our last day in Curitiba and just before leaving we decided to capture some footage of the revolutionary transit system in the city.
... I hadn't even heard of The Pantanals until we started planning this trip. It is part of the Brazilian plains and contains millions of cattle as well as an enormous assortment of wildlife. This includes (the ones I actually saw- toucans, jacare (jack-are-ay) like little crocodiles ,capybara (look like enormous guineapigs), ...
... getting away, right?
I should also be able to finalize all major projects by the time I leave. I had one big project lined up, but I'm afraid I won't finish it in due time. The money would really help, but I can't stay much longer.
I really want to leave by the beginning of March. March is a tough month, as it will bring back good (yet painfully unwanted) memories. If I can hold up until the end of ...