Da Vinci Hotel & Conventions
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Obwohl die Temperaturen in Brasilia mit rund 35 Grad Celsius bereits extrem hoch waren, wurde ich, als ich nach drei Stunden Flug in Manaus aus dem Flughafen kam, fast erschlagen. Die Temperaturen sind zwar vergleichbar mit denen in Manaus, die hohe Luftfeuchtigkeit aber macht das Atmen extrem anstrengend und treibt einem sofort den Schweiss auf …
... to be a part of their culture. The only thing was, was how they would sometimes laugh at you if you pronounced something wrong. But I guess that is how it is in almost every culture.
The beach was getting me a little too over heated. No sunburns, just a little sweaty. I needed to do something other than the beach on my last day. It was around noon, and I heard the floating docks were a nice place to see. I ...
... Salvador. I had been carrying it around for more than three weeks as dead weight and almost chucked it several times. Paulo is a good friend and I trust his opinion on life so I didn't throw it away despite my desires. I'm glad I didn't. It was an award winning comic style book, set in Brazil but written in English, about the value of life and how at any moment death can come so we must live life to the fullest. It was a quick read and I finished the 200 ...
... By this point in the trip Sophie had 63 mosquito bites. It was a no-brainer. The family home was a wooden house on stilts at the riverside and pretty much a subsistence farm with 2 pigs, a 'domesticated' wild boar, 6 geese, 8 chickens, 4 dogs, 2 cats, 30 tortoise in a tank and a boa constrictor in a box in the corner of the kitchen. A pet monkey also appeared on the table for its afternoon drink of milk. It was difficult to work ...
... striped shirts and berets completed the look. A-plus for patriotic costume, though they appeared to be at the wrong game.
We basked in the pre-game excitement, soaking up the fan spirit, appreciating the gregarious Brazilians and downing beers to calm our nerves. We knew this match was crucial, and the atmosphere outside the stadium was electric. I've been to a lot of U.S. soccer games by now (thanks, Dennis!) and have never experienced ...