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... the road. Average.
Sorry if I’m rambling... I tend to do that. Oh well with a memory like mine, I need to record everything otherwise I’ll forget in a few days. Today I managed to navigate my way to the University which I can tell you is no mean feat. The buses are terrifying. They pull up like 3 at a time and with some serious speed – they certainly don’t wait either. As soon as my second foot left ...
... market's stalls were already filled with antiques and handicrafts vendors as well as swarms of people shopping, eating, but mostly just hanging out, by the time we arrived early afternoon.
As the day progressed, we managed to catch not only live music and dancing throughout, but one of the most energetic Capoeira Rodas we have seen, all popping up around the surrounding streets and plazas. In the market's central food court, we stopped to sample ...
Day 16: Maranduba to Sao Paulo
After a week in Maranduba, it was time to move on. A really relaxing week and importantly the tan was getting there!
During the course of the week, some of the guys staying at Conveis had raved about Florianopilis, an island to the South in the state of Santa Catarina. So the plan changed again........ I headed back to stay with Mikey in Sao Paulo for a few days with the plan ...
... the one on the right after it had worked for a guy in front of us had managed to get some cash. Scanned the machine- no evidence of double sided tape or key pad overlay so fingers crossed. Tried, but ATM said I'd exceeded allowable but ha ha to them! If they scanned my card, they'd be sad to find my visa debit would not have been worth it! Figured since if someone was scanning machine would already have my details, so tried again with a smaller amount and ...
... hydrated ethanol (E100) was compensated by an increase in the use of anhydrous ethanol mixed with gasoline, thanks to the expansion of Brazil’s light vehicle fleet. By then, in 25 years of large scale use of ethanol, Brazil had developed engine technologies and
distribution logistics that were unprecedented in the world. The network of fueling stations in which pure ethanol could be purchased reached 28 thousand. In March of 2003, Flex-Fuel vehicles were ...