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Travel Blogs from Sao Roque
... I can't find the right version of this one. Ignore the countdown and guy's voice and the random red screens that ask if you want to listen in another language. From 0:07 to 1:06 is about what the commercial is.)
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Translation: "Come because it's going to start, the whole world is in the same place. Every corner of my country is happy. ...
... there was going to be a big party, and we would be part of it.
Looking over the edge of the balcony the few people I could see on the streets far below were all wearing Brazil shirts or Brazilian colours of yellow and green. There are flags hanging from balconies everywhere. It's not like in Britain though where the more flags you see, the closer you are to a hotbed of racism and UKIP support. Brazil's national pride is embodied by support for their ...
Enough "good only" stories - Sao Paulo has very obviously also its bad sides and we have already suffered a lot from them. What I'm talking about? Nightmare traffic jams. Researchers have discovered that the average commute is especially terrible. On a good day, traffic stretches 112 miles, and on a bad day 183 miles. 183 miles - can you imagine? I CAN - because I'm suffering. Take just today: we ...
... about the small gift shop and running around like a mad child with Georgie. The lack of adrenlin was making us both turn insane and we tried anything to get a bit of blood pumping even slightly more furiously around our bodies. We even offered to walk the remaining 4 hour drive to Paraty but were denied our request and pushed back into the van like disobedient children and forced back into that stuffy uncomfortable space where the seats didn't even recline.
... also going there." I know I shouldn't talk to strangers but they looked like they were decent enough and I accepted their help. They asked me questions like is it my first time in Brazil, why I'm in Brazil, where am I going and so many more. I found out that they live near campinas and that they just came back from trip from London and Amsterdam. I told them my problem of reaching the people of AIESIEC and she called them from her cellphone ...
- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool