Comfort Hotel Ibirapuera
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... we were off (I almost fell over...which was embarrassing, obvious foreigner :L). You don’t want to know about all the boring office stuff and paperwork so I’ll skip to my trip to the supermarket. That was FUN. The fruit and vegetables were stacked so beautifully and for someone who loves patterns and is as OCD as me, it made me VERY happy (although my first thought was, uh oh I hope I don’t swing round and ...
... to Brazil to study African dance. This kind of dance is very physically hard and fun.
My favorite moments in Brazil were...
1. My birthday, because Claudia made me an awesome cake.
2. I loved swimming in our condominium's swimming pool.
3. I really liked going to the turtle sanctuaries because they are filled with very cute adult and baby sea turtles.
While in Brazil, I was surprised to see...
the huge crowd of ...
... I saw her cute little smile and wave and freaked out! I run as fast as my little tired legs could and squeezed the life out of her while I was squealing and crying. I met her dog Baby and my Brazilian dad who speaks absolutely no English. We traveled home and I was greatly welcomed by my Brazilian mom. We ate a lovely dinner and I got acquainted with their beautiful home. I got ready for bed, gave Jamille a good night hug, and went to sleep.
... of slaves transported to Brazil), is a mixture of African religions such as animism, Judaism and Christianity. The service was held in Yoruba, one of the main languages of present-day *****ia, from where slaves would also have come. The spirit is not within the persons who were the principals at the service but the spirit passes through them. I held hands with one of them and he asked if I had any problems. I ...
... 40mins we were asked to disembark, oh oh. They told us they would reboard us by about 4.30. When 3 o’clock rolled around they announced we would get food vouchers woohoo, we were so starving! (We had spent all our Brazilian money) but when 4.30 arrived there was still no word. At 5 they announced the flight was cancelled and we would be put up in a hotel. There were many disgruntled passengers but we gave each other a giant high 5, how stoked were we to stay in a nice hotel rather ...