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It was another beautiful day in Belo Horizonte and all of us were back at work. The paint crew was hard at work sanding, painting, climbing ladders, and making the facility more beautiful then ever before. The rest of the crew started out with mixing more concrete and laying more block for the new stairwell that will evidently lead to the second floor of the school. While the last blocks were ...
... it’s all you hear about. And it is pretty depressing. Poor guy. It’s got to be killing him. Thankfully though, he’ll be fine in a month, which for back injuries is a good thing. I think it really rocked the whole country though. Neymar is an idol here. I’ve never seen so many people come together to support one thing (soccer) much less one person. I guess now he’s more like a martyr. From a logistics point of view, we could be fine. Neymar honestly ...
We are now in São Paulo sitting in a pub with Chris Kamara (see photo), waiting for the Dutch Aussie game to start. We are spreading our gospel across all media outlets for our latest edition of the blog you will need to go on to the ...
So.. after another good 4 hour flight I finally arrived in Sao Paulo. My friend Marina was kind enough to offer me refuge for the first two days I'm here. Just chilling out now after finally taking a much needed shower.
First thought that popped into my mind when I flew over Sao Paulo is that "dayam it’s been a while since I saw a big city. Sao Paulo is definitely a big city with about 11 million people living in the ...
... closest to Ibirapuera Park (near the centre). It was about 3km walk to the park, but we stopped at a supermarket on the way to grab some supplies for a mini picnic. The park was really nice and peaceful in the middle of a giant city and I think it is one of the biggest in the America’s- along with Central Park and the park in Bogota. We wandered around the park and past a couple of museums and an Obelisk – although I am not sure of the significance of the Obelisk. ...