InterCity Express Jundiai
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... my sisters. Dang guys, it’s hard to live for Jesus by yourself. Good thing that’s not how God intended it to be right? Church on Sunday was an encouraging reminder of what I’m living for, and life during the week has been a good reminder of why I believe what I believe. Both are important I think. God has been faithful with reminders of his grace. My classmates (the ones who I’ve gotten to know a little better) and my landlady believe in a God, and ...
... fried snacks similar to the Kibe I had in Rio.
Brazil won by three goals to one and the atmosphere, although extremely lively, singing songs with lengthy and unpronounceable lyrics and a lot of bottom wiggling from the girls, was perhaps tempered by what was perceived as a mediocre performance from Brazil. They hold their team to high standards. Now a little drunk we moved on from the locals bar and Debs and Andrea treated us to a trip up to the bar ...
... including catupiry, a Brazilian cheese- which I would describe as a creamy/buttery cheese. Quite bizarre, but pretty tasty. A couple of hours later, I went for a run through the very hilly streets of Sao Paulo. Initially, I deliberately got lost – but as the sun started to set, it was an unintentional ‘lost’- except it wasn’t for long and I found my way back to the hostel without dramas. On the way, I passed yet another ‘party’. Again, ...
... 8217;s capital city of Doha and Qatar airways had recently been awarded the prestigious airline of the year award. Watching fireworks go off, tired, and checking into yet another flight was a fair way to spend our last hours in South America. But the fun didn't stop there. The very friendly Qatar employee was ready to hand us our boarding passes when she said, "Where's your visa?" We said, "As US citizens, we can get a Visa on Arrival for Australia" After 30 minutes of back ...
... Hunger Games is a recent movie based on the first book in a series by Suzanne Collins. It is a futuristic sci-fi story set in a country which is made up of 12 districts. Each year each district must provide a young girl and young boy to compete in a fight to the death survival match set in a high tech forest in the centre of the country. The last child standing is the sole victor. The whole event, from the children's or ...