Imira Plaza Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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One of the things I always wanted to do was to visit the Northeast of Brazil. Every Brazilian knows that this region is probably one of the poorest regions of the country but also one of the prettiest, full of natural beauty, like sand dunes and huge natural lakes. When I arrived in Natal, on route to Macau (RN), it was love at first sight; beautiful sandy beaches, friendly people and wonderful food, it was my ...
... kindness. I'm thankful for the people at Fibra. I'm thankful for a break from nursing school and some time to relax on the beach.
Dear Heavenly Father,
Thank You for this gift of time with my sister Jamille. I pray that You would pursue the hearts of the people I've met there and I pray their hearts would be open to Your love. Continue to grow me from this experience and make me more like Your Son Jesus. I love You and I praise You.
... the rest of his friends. The one shining light in the game was my Timmy! I am so incredibly proud of my Tim Howard! What a fricking game for him! He is the best goalie ever! Feeling defeated we headed home after that and called it a night. A few days later, we get an email from Jorge. That crazy ******* was in transit back to Brazil from Austin, Texas! After less than a week of leaving to go home, he decided he was going to come back in time for the Costa Rica ...
... Portuguese is a messed up language. If you already have a solid base of Spanish you can mostly get by. In written form it is quite similar to Spanish, but when spoken the pronunciation is totally opposite of how you think it should be pronounced. One of my goals of this trip is to establish a base for speaking Spanish so I can take it home and continue to practice and learn. So I only learned a few key necessary phrases in Portuguese to get around, but leaned heavily on ...
The morning, once again, came early but we managed to get on the road by 6:00am. The drive went smoothly and we didn't run into any traffic. Although we did run into a caravan of Uruguayans with their flags mounted on their windows. Jorge couldn't resist the temptation. He hit the gas and sped up to them. He had Bruce hang the Costa Rican flag out the window, in all it's glory! If you recall, Costa Rica didn't just beat Uruguay, they annihilated them. As ...