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... so foreign to them. Portuguese is hard and I don't speak it well. But I will learn. Because, one thing I have learned from the streets, these people, the weather, the look, is that I will live here. I know it. I can pretend it is because of the growing economy, whatever. But it isn't. It's because I know what I like. And I like Brazil.
... far as the eye can see, and either rain or fog). I am also 1 min's walk from the metro where 2 lines meet, and it thus takes me 15 mins to get to work (big plus considering I start at 8am).
So finally work: I actually wasn't too nervous about starting because I'd been too busy worrying about other stuff, but when it came to doing everything well I was obviously keen to try my hardest. I want to make the most of the experience after all - it's unlikely I'll ever want to ...
... and beaches, and a whole load of wildlife. However, its our travel companions who really make this trip stand out. Four Brazilian pensioners, who speak not a word of English, they combine well with our very limited portuguese.
They have new digital cameras. We pose for many shots, help them figure out the settings and sit through the replays of lopped off heads and bodies. We communicate through ...
... Arriving at the hotel I had really the best experience, just because of the simple fact that they had a room ready for me to check in and catch a couple of hours sleep before heading out into the concrete jungel of the southern hemisphere's largest city. First lunch in the city - at one of the 50 best restaurants worldwide - go figure: D.O.M. (www.domrestaurante.com.br)
... place, even helping us with our bags and it was a short walk to the Pousada Residencial which had a room available and was perfectly acceptable. So far, so good.
Technically Parnaiba shouldn’t have been on the Brazilian itinerary as it isn’t on the coast, but on a river. It was a major port until the river silted up and the port was moved to nearby Luis Correira. The reason we stopped at Parnaiba apart from the fact ...
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