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After a few weeks of non-stop partying my mind and body needed some R and R and a cultural shot so I headed of to Belo Horizonte. Upon arrival at yet another new hostel I encountered my new and ´friendly´ spanish roomies. I cannot begin to explain how welcome I felt and how the rays of sunshine shone of their faces... Basically me asking how the …
Marks the sixth continent I have been able to visit (only one left - Antarctica
Unbelievably and refreshingly multicultural, a nice break from British stuffyness. Spent much of the flight being taught Portuguese by a complete stranger in the window seat.
I once remarked that Portuguese is a useless language, I stand utterly corrected.
My mom was operated recently but is back home now. Unfortunately she is not walking nor eating (only by tubes). She's very slim like I never saw her before in my life and ironically as it couldn't be, she looks like a saint: calm and accepting everything with a serenity of a saint. Any ways, thank you for reading that.
A day that once started out as dismal had started blossoming into a glorious day. We gathered up our tools for a united effort into accomplishing our tasks at hand.
This day was the last day for Jack whom we have come to admire. An 81 year-old with the energy and committment of a man much younger than his years.
At lunch, we were joined by the bishop of the Methodist church of Brazil.
After a 7 to 8 ...
Jack is on his way back to the States now, but before he left he wrote a poem about the trip. The poem was translated and read on Wednesday night at the Church's service for Family Day (similar to Mother's Day or Father's Day. Here is his poem:
The world has been divided up
Into warring nations and tribes
Religions and factions of religions
Each confident its own truth
Billions are spent each year ...