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... my bike in pretty places. There is certainly nothing negative pushing me to go. I have never enjoyed life more at home; I have an amazing wife, lovely home and a great job. Nor is this any sort of challenge or attempt to find myself. I do enjoy a bit of a challenge and riding alone certainly will give me a chance to think. But I just love riding my bike and seeing pretty places.
I will get off now. I will try not to prattle on if I have nothing to say.
... 8217;re all doing well and I hope you’re enjoying Manhattan this summer as much as we did last summer. I’m praying for you. Vicki—it’s been fun being a soccer fanatic with you from across the world. But if Brazil loses to Germany I might pseudo-hate you for a while. I plan on doing another post pretty soon, but it’ll be a little more fun that just text. Until next time, grace and peace from my new room in Barra Funda, Sao ...
... are 3 seats across and 8 down. They reclined so much I could of platted Shaun's hair. I got the best seat, right next to the toilet. And lucky for me, Tom dropped a load off before we left. Shaun thought it was a good idea to sink 6 beers before we go. You should of seen him walk down the isle to the toilet. He only had to walk pass two people to get there and he fell on both of them. He said to me when he came out, you know when you shake when you finish? And I go yeah? He ...
... such as the caqui and purple dragonfruit. I also tried these meat-filled breads, which were quite tasty as well. Following the market we went to a popular park nearby where they sold many handmade goods and artwork.
During the next few days, I slept in and took it easy. All the travel had added up and I need to catch my breath, so to speak. I met with another friend who I had worked with in Switzerland and met her baby daughter. We had dinner at her house and it was great.
... open fire. With our bellies full, we jumped in a cab and went to Sao Paolo's other famous football stadium; the home of Sao Paolo FC, Morumbi. SP were playing Ituana in the Paulista league and we were treated to a 3-2 cracker. The home team snook a victory with a great header with two mins to go. The game was real end to end stuff with a very excitable crowd who were quick to shout for their team but also to roar abuse if they disapproved of their defending. Throughout ...