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... a plane tomorrow. I'm currently staying with my roommate’s family in a city right outside São Paulo. They're Arabic, which means I don't understand half of the conversations, but it doesn't bother me. They're kind and very hospitable. And they smoke hookah a lot (which I kind of like actually). I’m grateful for them and it's a cool experience. Certainly a great one to end on.
What scares me most is that I legitimately don't ...
Today was the earliest day of the entire trip, and very rough in terms of having a late night last night and needing to get up early today. Luckily we had about a 2 hour bus ride from Sao Paolo to the nearby city of Sao Jose dos Campos in which I did not see much on the way there because my eyes were closed most of the way.
Address: Av. Brigadeiro Faria Lima, 2.170, São José dos Campos, SP 12227-901, Brasil
... I need to know before I head out of my house, Internet. Plane tickets and what to eat aren't nearly as important as these things. Get your **** together, Internet!
Speaking of which: always carry a roll of toilet paper with you. Nuff' said.
Another issue: earbuds. I tried traveling with my trustworthy Apple earbuds (not the cool 2012 iEar or whatever they call it - the former version). After about 3 hours my inner ear ...
... eBooks, but it wasn't taking my mind off the long trip. At least it seemed to pass by quite quickly.
Well, let's see if I can get some shut-eye on the bus down to the beach as I'm quite knackered. Happy new year, I guess.
“We'll be saying a big hello to all intelligent lifeforms everywhere and to everyone else out there, the secret is to bang the rocks together, guys.” - The Hitchhiker's Guide to the ...
Well friends, I can hardly believe it. This time two months ago I was watching Rio, the animated film, with my seatbelt securely fastened flying south for a semester of who knew what. So far, I've been blessed beyond belief and s...t...r...e...t...c...h...e...d in the process.
Barbara Brown Taylor writes of studying abroad in Altar in the World. For students, she proposes "leaving their established paths, they discover neighbors they never knew that ...