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... Third paragraph. (If I were to re-write this, I might make some changes. It’s hard to tell how accurate it is). On the bright side, I was told people are now wearing shorts, so I can do that now. Yay shorts! (some people still kinda stare, but that could also be because I have light hair and just look different overall…) On the other hand, fashion is just hard for me. But it’s an important thing in my family, and in this city in general, so, when ...
... The journey takes you through the state of Rio then Minhas Geris and the into Brasilla the capital territory. We arrived in Brasilla about 7am and as soon as we were there we had drivers trying to offer us lifts to Goiania in the comfort of a car!
I was against this didn't feel right and thought might as well get a bus which was a good idea as they had signed when we got to Goiania warning against getting lifts!
The journey on the bus was about 4 hours then when ...
... and contact info for the bus company and were bundled into a cab whose driver was instructed to come with us into the station and negotiate the ticket purchase and bill Anglo for his time. Such generous folks; it was becoming very clear why Martin liked working in Brazil so much.
By 11:30pm we were pulling into Catalao, where one of Martin's best buds, Bruno, is working on another of Anglo's projects. Bruno's ...
... walking home from school. The facility isn’t as updated as ours, but is still very nice. One reason they serve so many people is that they offer a vast range of services such as radiology and minor surgeries. I was really impressed with the fact they make the prosthetics onsite, working directly with the therapist for a custom fit.
The next area that impressed me was their equine therapy. They have a separate facility that houses the horses and a large ...
... majority of their patients are lower income and don’t have insurance. However they do serve some patients with insurance. I was overwhelmed by the number of patients they serve a day - 1,000. I asked the question three times to clarify. When I entered the waiting room I noticed that patients take a number. They offer mostly outpatient services, and only 30 inpatient beds.
CRER has the same heartbreaking stories as Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital. I met a young boy ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet