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... at the apartment. I basically just moved around the whole time. I also went to church on Sunday with Fernanda’s parents, and that’s really about all I’ve been doing. Not too flashy but it’s nice to be in something of a routine. So, World Cup stuff. Let’s talk. All the media (twitter, facebook, news, talk shows, magazines, you name it) is talking about is Neymar and how he’s out for the rest of the Cup. It’s hard not to obsess about ...
... love, many SP buidings still exist from the 1930s, thankfully.
That night we went back to Debs' apartment and awaited the return of her fiancée, Andrea, a boisterous Italian who works for Magnet Marelli the company who makes most of the parts for F1 cars and Superbikes. We had a classy BBQ on their patio balcony consisting of Beef, Pork, Calamari and numerous grilled veggies along with a river of high quality Italian wine also flowed. Figuring I wouldn't ...
... types up the description again, signs on it to show what I've paid, and points me over to the packing counter.
8) At this counter, everything that people are buying is piled up in carrier bags, each with a piece of paper with a description of the goods on it. I hand over my piece of paper from the till, and the woman then checks every bag to match up the description on the 2 pieces of paper.
9) She finally locates my carrier bag, and we're free to go.
10) We need to ...
... a nice view of the city (as seen in the pictures from the last post). The weather is nice, although a little humid and rainy at times. It's probably most like Florida, I think that would be the best way to describe it. I am roughly 40 minutes and the island of Santos. It's supposed. To be pretty nice but I have not been there yet. I do not have a car down here and I get around ...
... a little adventure. We hopped aboard a public bus in Copacabana for about $1.75 USD and rode it to the city center where we assumed the bus station (Rodoviaria) would be. We were informed that a cab there would cost about 30 Brazilian Reals, so we had some idea the distance, but that figure is likely wrong since it was quite a way to the bus station. We passed along the beaches and delved into the city center, where it started to get more crowded and less touristy, and ...