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- Fitness/Health center
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... Porteñan Spanish, even. ....team colour (sports): Blue-white. Not only my baseball cap, jersey, the flags of Uruguay and Argentina, but of course also Racing, who won the championships while we were in BA ....team colour (trucks): Yellow, white and orange ....innovative idioms: 'Evolutionize', 'linguistic sponge', 'snorist', '[descriptive] ****', and so forth, and so on, in that manner, etc etc Feel free to expand the list in comments below! ...
... who didn’t spend the money wisely, i.e. on things like statues etc. This means that the university is short on money for important things like staff wages. They decided to freeze wages, even though inflation is increasing, which has caused the staff to strike. I think it is quite similar to the strikes at UoB. At least this is my non-political understanding of the situation, I could have got some things ...
... with three Irish girls I met in the hostel. Christine, Jenny, Noirin and I headed to the Ibufuera park and walked around the AfroBrazilian museum whilst indulging in Acai. We had a great conversation about world matters and politics before heading to Traca de Uniao for samba dancing! Logical vs Irrational arguments. Louis remark about me being a special case made me laugh whilst eating the best pizza ever at Quintal do Braz. He later invited me to a glow paint party ...
... the financial center of Brazil. The city is nicknamed "the concrete jungle "and understandably so as you can see in the pictures.
The City Tour began with an orientation ride through downtown São Paulo to visit some of the first constructions in the city and foundation mark. We rode through the busy streets and visited key locations, saw a replica of the Empire State building and I quickly remembered seeing ...
... keen to talk to you and practice it which is really nice. One guy who served us in a cafe was like an excited child when he realised we were English. We take it for granted that everyone speaks English but speaking to Brazilian people out here, it seems that only those privileged people can really afford to take lessons and learn English.
I can't say we were sad to leave Sao Paulo but we weren't looking forward to our 12 hour night bus to Florianopolis.