La Residence Paulista
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... color and joy. And yes, soccer. Very much tied up with soccer. I’m not going to say it’s just a game, because it’s not. It’s so much more. Worth getting emotionally invested in? Yes. Definitely. Even if it hurts. Loyalty to a fault right? Anyway, maybe when I wake up tomorrow morning the reality of this will hit me. Maybe not. Either way, keep your head up Brazil. We’ll go for Hexa in four years. Until then, grace and peace from Tatuape, Sao ...
... little bit is ok :) !
The thought of coming back is actually not as daunting as we thought it would be! We are both looking forward to a new chapter in our life and we feel that we have had the exact dose of adventure that was needed to give us renewed energy and a zest for life to tackle the challenges ahead of us!
We are really looking forward to seeing you all again soon and send you our love.
Over and out from the Big Adventure.
Beijos Amigos! ...
Isto é para fazerem hoje - this is to be done by you guys today
Wrapping your head around these sorts of grammatical nuances to some might
The vocabulary is so curious. Like all of the romance languages, most of the time it is very easy, but when there's no easy cognate, you're out in the dark. Take for example the words for silverware. Colher (which contains the diabolical "lh" sound) means spoon, and for some reason ...
... it) had been closed for the annual São Paulo pride parade. Watching over a million people having one big party in a parade going down the street is quite spectacular, and colorful - It was like a mini carnival! By this time exhaustion was starting to set in, and I was elated to find a Starbucks a block away from my hotel... Life was good.
We met down in the lobby of the hotel around 7:30 to leave for our Welcome dinner at a Brazilian ...
... an incredible thing to share with so many friends and an awesome way to wave farewell to Brazil after 7 weeks!