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... when they are so close to one another, but I guess with such mass of potential customers it is not a problem.
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Z Ilha Grande jsme si vzali lod do Angra dos Reis, mesta na pobrezi primo naproti ostrovu. Tentokrat jsme cestovali na vlastni pest, nepouzili jsme transfer od cestovni agentury. Ukazalo se, ze to je tezsi. Hned prvni spojeni autobusem do Sao Paula nam ujelo a museli jsme cekat dalsi 3 hodiny na ...
... the same time. How living for Jesus can be so hard and yet so easy. And how I can love so much about this life and yet long so badly for what comes afterward. It’s twisted. And hard to put into words. Like last time, prayers for boldness, clarity, and opportunities to speak truth.
Shout out to my family this week! (my immediate family…) My dad and brother are in Texas visiting family, and my mom’s ...
... space. That night I was supposed to meet Pam at a disco to see what Sao Paolo's nightlife is like. I waited for her to come pick me up but she never did. So I wasn't able to see that side of Sao Paolo. The following day was my last in Sao Paolo. In the morning I watched some more Olympics. Romulo's girlfriend Lou came over with a friend of hers and we all went to Chinatown. Sao Paolo has a lot of Japanese and some Chinese and they all live and work in this area. We ate at a por ...
... match was on big screens at this Irish pub. Brazilian guys had jumped on the Superbowl bandwagon and were sporting Ravens jerseys, although they would cheer at anything that happened during the game, By the end of the smash Denver Broncos 49-27 win, we had converted several fans. Kick-off wasn't until 9:30pm in Brazil, getting us home around 3am.
On a free Saturday morning, Nancy Berenato and I took ...
There are no longer any light vehicles in Brazil running on pure gasoline. Since 1976 the government made it mandatory to blend anhydrous ethanol with gasoline, fluctuating between 10% to 22%, and requiring just a minor adjustment on regular gasoline engines. In 1993 the mandatory blend was fixed by law at 22% anhydrous ethanol (E22) by volume in the entire country, but with leeway to the Executive to set different percentages of ethanol within ...