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- Continental Breakfast
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... town. I wanted to see if it was similar from any of the churches back in America. I went to one called the Metropolitan Cathedral. I walked in and there were beautiful painted ceilings and cultural glass stained windows. When I walked in no one was in there, which made the church look even bigger than it actually is. And this was a huge church it must be the biggest in all of Curitiba.
Since I spent my day in ...
just graduated and it’s a shame I can’t be at this ceremony. It will be
my turn next year though.
In other news
Camila was showing me some Brazilian music last night and funk came
up. In Brazil funk is a type of dance music is that is not of the
highest class and it is essentially a booty dance. I think this is the
type of dance many people think of ...
... only walking but I managed to get a few trots in. Me and Yemi were at the front and he was bored so I taught him around the world and to trot a but which kept him from moaning. He decided to take his helmet off as it was flattening his hair and he started waving it around which spooked the horse. I've never seen him look so scared the horse went nuts all over the place it was hilarious Anaconda (our guide) was in stitches. Then for the last 10 minutes I got ...
... for a two-directional flow in one lane, whereby each directionis held for a maximum of 5 minutes, usually facilitated by mobile traffic lights, thereby maximising efficient traffic flow?´
´Nah Ed, can´t be bothered with that, I´d rather we held one direction for ages until we can be bothered to turn the stop/go sign around.´
I´m not even going to say which option they chose - we were waiting for half an hour. I got all giddy as we started moving again ...
... drizzle. Ok.. so far so good. We’re trudging along toward Paulista Ave and I notice there’s a tenth of the traffic there should be.. strange.. but we were heading toward Paulista, Brazils business boulevard. When Paulista arrived it was the quietest it had ever been. Even better, the trains were vacant as well. We couldn’t believe our luck; we’re still to this day not sure what happened but it presented as a public holiday or ...