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... en Ilhabela had Robi zijn eerste 1000 km al in Brazilie gereden en was hij al aardig ingeburgerd in het verkeer. De volgende bestemming is Bonito. Wij verwachten hier aan te komen met twee tussenstops, waarvan de eerste in Itu, ca 4 uur rijden van Ilhabela.
Reis ging voorspoedig, wegen gebouwd met Duitse grundlichheit en veel grote en schone fourage plaatsen langs de snelweg.
... classes, as well as dance. It is clear to see from the kids that they love going there and they really value the centre. They all wear t-shirts that have the slogan of the foundation on, not only is this a uniform for them but it also serves as protection for them as they have to wear it to and from the foundation- this way it sends out the message that people are waiting for them and that they will be searched for immediately if they do not turn up to ...
Woke up around 8am and had breakfast of cheese & ham toasties, tea and fruit. Andre had a few errands to do so we went with him and Ana for the ride and an intro to Sorocaba. We went back at lunchtime where Ana prepared us spag bol, then she had to go to work whilst Andre went to the doctors with his bad knee. We stayed at the flat and did some washing, and then relaxed. Later in the evening we went down to the pastelaria for something to eat and to meet ...
... nowhere the other day. It was a relief to get out of the noisy city for a bit. Geez....there are definitely no noise laws here. I don't think any of the cars have mufflers, and they have these "advertisement" cars that go around town playing commercials 24/7. I think all the cement like reverberates the sound or something. Ahhh....I can't wait for ...
... tired by the end. As we were climbing a little hill back to the car she stated, "Subidona", which is apparently a completely made up word that kids come out with sometimes. This one meant ´A hill that´s hard to climb´. Poor little Cherub. I found out as well that it´s polite in Portuguese to say ´Oi´ to get someone´s attention. In fact it just means hello. It was quite fun saying it at strangers, you felt quite rude, but it was perfectly ok. Can ...
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