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... to the mountains! He became a real adventurer. Our walk started and has been long, very long mainly because of the sun and heat. After an hour and a half and multiple breaks, we arrived at the hotel. We were red as tomatoes and really sweaty. I can tell you this did not give a good impression in front of the receptionist! ;) Once in our room, we rushed into the shower. While Terry rested, I went to the top floor to enjoy the view and swim in the pool. I ...
... with Suzanne and Ricardo and at least see a bit of how the city might have changed since I lived there for 9 months in 1978! While I am currently partway through my vacation through Rio, Salvador, and now in Manaus, I am just now getting around to having a few moments to upload and develop photos and say a few words about them. So this blog has the remaining photos taken in Sao Paulo and at the beach near Sao Sebastiao Island where I stayed for the last weekend before leaving for ...
... you could be today what time
-- that is to say, grace --
acting on your own good will
will make you tomorrow.
Only God could say what this new Spirit
gradually forming in you will be.Give our Lord the benefit of believing
that his hand is leading you,
and accept the anxiety of feeling yourself
in suspense ...
Santos is an important port in Brazil but also,because of it's many beaches, it's a popular vacation spot for Brazilians. Sao Paulo, the capital of Brazil is about 75 miles inland. 13 million people live in Sao Paulo. There were an extra few million people in Santos for Carnival, which is in full swing.
Our first stop was to the Aquarium where we saw both salt and fresh water fish. ...
... Portguese, we didn't understand a word of it but trust us - it was very, very good. Once again we found ourselves strangely drawn back to spending the evening drinking beer and eating fish balls in Bar Toninho - this time with the clarinet player from the play!
Although our plan was only to stay 2 or 3 nights, Gustavo made us feel so welcome that we decided to stay a total of 5 nights. Jim therefore ended up playing ...