Ibis Sao Paulo Expo
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... this. And they’re pretty funny. I guess it’s better to laugh like a madman than weep uncontrollably? So at least in our defeat some of us are keeping up a good humor. Or cynicism. Whatever. Other bright side? Germany was gracious. They were humble (all things considered), and they were respectful in the end. Germany is almost my least favorite team (just France beats them), but I will thank them for their sportsmanship. They could have been much crueler. ...
... to contact him. Luckily he appeared while I was queuing and had just gone to get some food. The ticket pick up went much more smoothly than expected considering they had emailed me confirming my pick up from a different location less than 2 days prior. Happy days. So we catch a cab to our hotel (yes hotel) and catch up over the journey whilst discussing England's chances (of progression from the group not actually winning the thing you understand). We arrive at the hotel ...
... seemed that by now we were the only tourists still wanting to go to the island and our teenager boat driver and his 2 crazy friends decided it would be great fun to turn the tourist boat into a speed boat and almost fly us to the island, again I was praying for my life as the wind almost threw us off and when it wasn’t the wind it was hitting a wave which made me and my luggage almost fly off! In the midst of the fear we could at least have a giggle with Pip ...
Isto é para fazerem hoje - this is to be done by you guys today
Wrapping your head around these sorts of grammatical nuances to some might
The vocabulary is so curious. Like all of the romance languages, most of the time it is very easy, but when there's no easy cognate, you're out in the dark. Take for example the words for silverware. Colher (which contains the diabolical "lh" sound) means spoon, and for some reason ...
... in plastic so it was a little difficult to browse. As we had just arrived and all our rain gear was still in our luggage (in the trunk of the bus) we purchased some plastic ponchos to keep us dry while we walk through the city. They worked well, although it was pretty comical seeing such a large group of plastic coated Americans.
We walked from the Liberdade to the Catedral da Sé da São Paulo, also known as the Metropolitan Cathedral São Paulo. It is ...