Delphin Hotel Guaruja
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... only when I checked on the entrance fee later I realised that we had both been charged senior citizen rates!! The museum catalogues the life and career of without doubt the best football player the world has ever seen from his father Dondinho (I honestly thought he was named after a character from Cinderella!!) who was a notable forward for Brazilian side Fluminense; of growing up in poverty in Bauru, São Paulo; of his parents who couldn't afford to buy Edson ...
... wait between each batch. Another twenty-five minutes wasted before our bags finally appeared down the shute. We followed the signs to terminal 1. We arrived in Terminal 2. ‘Keep going. It can’t be far now’, I kept telling myself. Finally terminal 1. Our research told us that the Cometa ticket office was outside the terminal building. We found it without any further delay. 06:50. 3 people in front of us. The man in front murmured something ...
... in the world! For dinner, we tried to create our pizza in a restaurant, but many times the waiter came back because they did not have the ingredients, all in Portuguese... A real challenge !! Upon leaving, we did our good action of the day and gave our last slices to a homeless guy. On Monday, February 23rd, the breakfast buffet was very attractive and good. Our stomachs full, we left our room. After dropping our bags at the reception, we headed to the ...
... Gospel. Prosperity Gospel is quite strong here. His thoughts on the matter appeared to be that the Prosperity Gospel omits personal responsibility and discussion of sin/evil. He emphasized personal holiness a bit. That's about where he lost me again. I think he went into some idioms about proper behavior and wander back to the text, but my brain had quit. All in all, it was a wonderful day of fellowship, worship, learning, and eating in Cubatão.
... the dough, sooooo good!!!
Peru and Bolivia were nice, but I kept feeling like an outsider, an observer, a tourist.
Here there's a mix of everything. Sao Paulo seems to me to have a bigger variety of people than New York. I love it!
But first, before heading to Sao Paulo, I made a stop in Santos, where Daniel's parents live. I stayed in his house one night and wow, very very nice place! ...