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... insights: Ari:
While in Brazil...
I learned how to speak very basic Portuguese and play Capoeira instruments like the berimbau, pandeiro and atabaque.
My favorite moments were...
1. swimming daily in the condo’s pool.
2. The World Cup game and pre and post-game festivities.
3. Visiting the turtle sanctuaries.
I was really surprised by…
1. the difference of dialect between Spanish ...
We got to the Lord Jim pub at around 6pm on the Wednesday night and plan was to stay in the pub until 1am, get loaded onto the coaches, get into to Sao Paulo for 7am straight into a pub, pre game drinks, destroy Uruguay, back to the pub untill 11pm, get loaded back onto the coach and wake up back in Rio at 5am the next day with a hurrendous hang over! Unfortunately, it wan´t just the scoreline that ...
... my time in Venezuela will be the experience of a life time. For my sake I hope I don't disappoint but there is truly no better way to find out. As my nervousness slowly settled excitement of the adventure ahead was growing The 11 hour flight to Doha, Qatar was soon over and with a couple of hours to kill I walked the gates of airport eager to stretch my legs and contacted Kate. I chuckled to myself as I sat down for a coffee next to three Arabic men, each with a pet falcon resting next ...
... made our way to the subway. Got tickets by pointing to the then, as the subway system was easy to navigate, we made it to the bus terminal and luckily for us had someone who could speak English bought our tickets for Sunday's travel to Rio. On before going back, tried to ask for a supermarket but no ingles so came straight home, looking out for menacing pick picketers. Don't see any at all. Must have been aware of our super alertness! Got home and asked ...
... There are two harvests per year, which allows Brazil to produce sugar and ethanol year round for both the internal market and for export. With the end of government involvement in the sector in the late 1990s, free market rules became the norm, without subsidies. Sugar and ethanol prices have since been set according to
supply and demand variations, while sugarcane prices became hinged on quality and percentage share in the finished products. To properly manage ...