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... servings and some good Mendoza red wine. We hit it off well. She is a darker skinned woman and a little older than me. We walk to the end of the street, where there are sail boats and a pier. We sit on a chair and start to kiss and fondle each other. Passerbys are scaring her off, so we walk down the beach and cuddle up next to a tinny boat and beside a rock break wall. She is sooo wet as I finger her and she claims that she hasn't had sex for a year. She gets my cock out and ...
... our Hostel/Pousada recommended another and booked us on a boat to Arrial the next day.
We boarded our bus along with 15 or so Portuguese couples and began our trip to Cabo Frio, the adjacent town and port where our boat would depart. At least, that’s what we thought. Five minutes in and the tour guide began his spiel, all in Portuguese. Not a problem – we’d wait for him to do his English translation. And wait. And wait. Seems we’d be waiting ...
... you move through space, the slower you move through time. So an office worker and an airline pilot will experience slightly different time frames throughout their lives (so small that it would be unnoticeable) and given a certain date in the future, the airline pilot will be slightly younger than the office worker. Since light travels the maximum speed through space (space itself does not have to follow this law) allowed by the theory of ...
... time to head to the airport and say goodbye to South America, a continent I have truly fallen in love with. It is very much a continent of contrasts; from the high peaks of the Andes to the endless sand of the Atacama Desert and the beautiful tranquillity of Patagonia to the madness of Carnaval, it has all been wonderful and it really is impossible to pick my favourite highlight as there have just been so ...
As has been noted on previous travels (and often when driving with customers around London) I have a habit of (unintentionally) taking the long road. And so it was with Brazil. Now I´m no expert but if you asked me how to get from my house to Brazil I would have said: "Ok. Now go left on Goldhawk road, take a right on King street. Depending on the traffic you might want to get on the A4, otherwise go down the Chiswick High road to the North circular... Get on the M4; keep ...