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... the stadium was chanting swears at one of the Brazilian players. At the end of the game, the fans that were interviewed were downright rude to the team. This made me very sad. (To be fair though, the trending hashtags on twitter are much more encouraging.) I don’t know about y’all, but if you ask me anytime, I will always say that my biggest weakness and my biggest strength is that I’m loyal to a fault. I will always be loyal to the things and people ...
... a host of salesmen who wander around the fan fest with coolers selling chilled beers. Lovely. Despite a fairly boring 0-0 draw the atmosphere is so manic that you wouldn't really have noticed. After the game we leave the fan fest (as you would probably think is normal) but as we get out it appears we have missed a trick as music starts blaring and we are descended upon by thousands of brazilians who unbeknownst to us had been locked out of the fan fest during the game as it was ...
... Bs) were so pretty, the harbour was beautiful and the restaurants served delicious fish. We dined on the beach most nights with candelights, listening to the waves lapping a few meters away, ah pure heaven! The beauty of the island is that it has lush green forests which start climbing up into the hills 1km inland. Seeing as hiking through these or taking a boat around the island was the only way to explore all the other beaches, we took the first option. We spent ...
... a-cold, which won't happen if you wear your scarf.
One irritating thing about Portuguese is that the only way the to mark a question is through intonation, as opposed to English where we can invert word order. This can lead to a funny situation when reading aloud in which after a very long sentence the reader suddenly realizes that she's not reading a statement but rather a question?
... columns and floor to ceiling murals and stained glass. At the entrance there is a scale replica of the Christ the Redeemer statue that we will be seeing in Rio next week. In front of the cathedral there is a large square flanked on either side by palm trees that allows a great photo op of the front side of the cathedral. As I walked down there in the rain to take one, the bells began to toll signaling the start of the service, so I was able to shoot a short ...