InterCity Express Jundiai
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... br> Sur les photos vous pourrez voir qu'ils construisent une petite ile au milieu de la "marre aux canards" :)
A coté de la ferme se trouve une petite entreprise de construction de brique en terre cuite bien rouge. Sur le thermometre, vous pourrez voir la temperature maximum en haut et minimum en bas: une vrai fournaise! :)
Et puis on s'est bien marré avec Gordo, merci encore pour m'avoir laissé t'accompagner!
... and have experiences with. But this fuzzy belief, where people kind of believe something vague, but not really anything concrete, that I don’t really know how to debate, because I believe you should know what you believe and why. I want to share what Jesus means to me, and the beauty of what Christianity is if you strip away the tradition and cultural around it, but I’m also trying to be tactful. Story time: Over lunch today I told my landlady and the housekeeper ...
... her work. She's just had the hardest day ever but still up partying with us at midnight. We stayed until half 3, with a constant supply of Choppe ( that's Beer - not cerveja as you might think) being delivered to the table. They total up you bill at the end of the night by counting your beer mats. This system would never work in England. The kitchen stays open forever too so there's no incentive to leave. I decide I'm coming back here for the final.
... of Jardins and Morumbi. Afterwards we went for a traditional Brazilian lunch at a Minerva. . Had some cool food. Nothing I recognized so I just tried a little of everything from the buffet. While waiting for the bus we walked up to ave paulista where it just so happens that the largest lgbt parade was happening. It was pretty outrageous. Besides the party goers, we saw a pickpocket kid get shakedown down by the police. Next stop was hotel checking at ceasar business. After ...
... do, safety, etc.
My experience has been a mixed bag. I had been waiting for over seven years to visit Brazil, so the anticipation had been building up to perhaps unrealistic expectations.
The first few days were really difficult. I know Portuguese pretty well, but it was jarring to practice it all the time. That much was to be expected. What I did not expect was the stupid stuff. Not being able to easily get a phone SIM card. Not being able ...