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... much more cheaply in downtown Phoenix for an Isagenix conference (the amazing nutrition that has enabled me to regain my youthful charm and body in only 4 months!). Then I booked a stay in South Carolina in a cottage near the university for the 40th reunion. I am also an airbnb host myself with properties in Redlands, CA and Georgetown, TX (though my great housemate, Wes Pack is holding down the fort there). Any of you hosts out there I have stayed with who will ...
... the same 5 ads playing on this TV with flight info and such. One of them is a pretty cool animated David Luis. Another is Kobe Bryant and Leo Messi having a selfie competition. I'm a little bored. I wish my Wi-Fi would work so I could check in with people, the Rosanelis and Mom especially. I'm sure she is worrying, but there is nothing I can do! I just kinda want this next flight to be over with already. I'm exhausted. And I just want to ...
... Sunday evening was the highlight of the day though...we went to meet Pat (a guy who used to work in PwC Dublin and just 6 weeks ago transferred to the SP office). We had such a lovely night. Pat invited us to a neighbourhood called Vila Madalena to a really cool bar or boteca (serves food too) with him and his friends(all Irish) for their Sunday ritual of grabbing food and some beers about 4ish! They were all absolutely lovely and it was a great spot - much ...
... Preto (from Portuguese, Black Gold), a city in the state of Minas Gerais, a former colonial mining town located in the Serra do Espinhaço mountains and designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO because of its outstanding Baroque architecture. One of the nicest town I saw during my trip, really! I visit a few museums there, also visit the former gold mine of Passagem, largest one in the world open to the public, and meet some nice folks ...
... s Xmas Lights.
On our return we had a free Caiphirinha waiting which we thoroughly enjoyed along with other travelers staying in our hostel!
To make your own:
3 teaspoons of sugar
lots of crushed ice
Cachaca (vodka can be an alternative)
Whoo hoo, the rain finally stopped.
Sao Paulo - or Sampa, as the locals know it - doesn´t have Rio´s natural setting ...