Ibis Sao Paulo Morumbi
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... caught up over a game of pool. Shaun and I are rubbish at pool!! I even managed to get my hair cut after 7 months, with Thais's help! £10 for a wash, cut and blow dry! Not bad for expensive Brazil!
We ate out quite a few times whilst with Thais. For lunch we experienced the buffet by kilo, where you collected a chip at the entrance, helped yourselves to whatever you wanted, they weigh it then you hand the chip in and pay. You could see exactly what weight you ...
... where she thought I should travel to next in her home country. I'd been thinking of Salvador, the major city in Bahia as certain friends back home recommended it but Livia reckons it's just another city and that I'm better off checking out the Southern Bahia coast from Porto Seguro, moving North, which she describes as a tropical paradise. Having been paid the last remaining wages owed to me, I immediately book my flight to Porto Seguro leaving the same evening as Aidan is ...
... and back to Sao Paulo to mentally prepare ourselves for our return to reality… that's where the time went, on second thoughts I think we did well to manage all that in 3 short months :)
Brazil, has been really good and a lovely destination to end our travels in. We started in Rio, visiting the sugar loaf and seeing the beauty of the city from above at sunset. The first day we spent enjoying walks on Copacabana beach (I bored philipp to death ...
The compound housing the factory is absolutely enormous, flanked on the one side by a runway, and consisting of a number of very large hangars where the manufacturing processes takes place. Embraer does not manufacture all parts of the planes on-site, as many parts are outsourced, however any part that is crucial to the safety of the airplane, like the cockpit, the avionics, the landing gear, the software systems, the wings, the flaps, the tail and the part of the ...
... music (think hip-hop). Also, surprise, surprise, the other intern at the church is Rodrigo - the student who will be coming to Candler in the next semester. The congregation is small but caring. Hugs and kisses and welcomes all around. My favorite was a senhora who gives hugs that say "hi, i love you sister/brother. welcome." Debora preached on the healing of the blind man in Mark 8:22-26. She preached about the process and about how we are involved in the process of healing ...