Mabu Curitiba Business
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If you have kids, you need to teach them about these amazing dudes called Capybaras. Here in Brazil they are wild and hang out at the local park/lake only a short walk from the city center. They are huge Guinea pigs that swim! One morning I headed out for breakfast by the lake - to hang with this very social group of possibly my new favorite ...
... was our undoing. What we should have learned is that when you come up against teams of superior ability you must set your stall out to get a result, at all costs. The other important point is that you can have the quickest players in the tournament but if they can't play it is a pointless exercise.
My seven year old grandson Tallon would have found a way to convert the chance Leckie missed against Holland. Any way it's only a game?
... snack. We ordered a cafe gelato which is the equivalent to a frappecino and nice and cold. I ordered a fruit one and Chris ordered mocha. Unfortunately this is where I've been programmed by Starbucks or Costa and the like to assume I would get and iced, fresh blended fruit drink. What I got was a cold milk shake with the glass full of strawberry ice cream sauce!! Not quite the idea. But it was a lovely cafe and we sat in the ...
... time our tour guide had told us to attempt to bribe...DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME FRIENDS...as **** got real! The Immigration man picked up the money Lauren had slid over the table and pushed us over to the Police who were then showing us the handcuff sign..AND we were surrounded...shiiiiit! Somehow we managed to talk ourselves (or charades) ourselves out of jail...and were kicked out the back door...our tour guide was fuming and thought we had ruined it for ...
... time passed quickly.
Because we had paid slightly more for our tickets, the bus was much better than the one to Curitiba. We had blankets and pillows, foot rests and the seat reclined a little further. We slept for most of the journey again and didn’t have far to go by the time we woke up. Just before we arrived in Rio, a boy (of about 8 years old) whose mother had been fussing over him the entire journey, was standing up and the bus braked so he ...