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... It is so cool and uses the Brazilian colours. Zoe looks amazing in it and can’t wait to wear it once we are back at the end of our trip. Sao Paulo was the last stop with mum & dad so we gave them some stuff to take back home, stole all their condiments, insect spray etc and said our sad goodbyes. It had been an awesome few weeks. Oh well we had better head to the spectacular beaches of Ilha de Santa Catarina to make us feel ...
... of the Mullah Nasruddin. They tend to be humourous stories with a moral. The moral of the story Kamran told was no matter what you do, there is always someone who will criticise you.
Farokh then told another tale that had us in peals of laughter. No matter how we turned it around none of us could work out its meaning.
Hence the title of this story, but more accurate was Sherwin's take on that saying.
Which will go unrecorded in this ...
Our final day in Brazil began with an early cup of coffee with Marco, followed by him driving us to the airport to catch our 9 am flight through São Paulo, and eventually to Asuncion, Paraguay. Our eleven hour layover in São Paulo begged us to explore the largest city not only in Brazil, but the largest city proper in the southern hemisphere. Though mostly all we wanted to do on this day of travel and transition was to find a ...
Our main outing in Sao Paulo was to hit up the Municipal Market in downtown SP. I had read that it was a giant food market with lots of exotic fruits and tasty Brazilian specialties. I love food markets! They are so vibrant and energetic! On Saturday morning we headed out on the metro to this closest stop to this market. What we didn't realize was that there were a lot of other markets and stores around this area and ...
... has a lot of the same problems with Portuguese that I do. Someone pointed that out halfway through the party, and over the course of the evening I repeatedly supported the notion that I speak like a toddler. I think the two of us understood each other very well. Everyone in the room shared in my amusement when he insisted on giving me a beijo on the cheek before leaving.
In many ways these study abroad experiences do remind me of being a child. ...