Mercure Sao Paulo Vila Olimpia
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... I haven't had time to look up who the architects were, but this engineer prospered doing these large public projects.
And then there was the famous Brazilian all-you-can-eat steakhouse, or Chiarascura, where you filled your plate with all kinds of hot dishes and salads. The servers keep circulating among the tables with skewers of meat until you flip the sign on your table from green to red.
We were delayed in ...
... the taxi fare for a journey less than five(5) kilometres to my hotel, the ibis Indaiatuba Viracopos, was a vacation-spoiling price of R$76. The hotel staff were nice and the guy that checked me was very helpful – helped decide on wake-up call and time for the taxi to arrive. Wake-up call was at 05H30 and taxi at 06H00. Being an ibis hotel, they provide bar fridges but you have to buy whatever you need ...
... my ipad without getting motion sick. I nearly popped out of my chair a few times and definitely got a few bruises. Don't they pave the highways? It felt like (and okay, a couple times it actually was) cobblestones with speed bumps. But on the highways? Come on now Brazil. My friend Paula (who goes by Pam) met me at the humongous Tiete bus terminal near her home in the north of the city. We hung out for a week in Buenos Aires. After changing clothes in the bathroom, we stashed my ...
... I have ever had an actual conversation with. He was also incredibly sweet and offered to take me around his town.
When he actually emailed to make plans, I was a little confused and wondered if he was looking at the right business card. It was unnerving and frankly, awesome. He picked me up in his bullet-proof VW and with his impressive Canon, off we went on an urban adventure. With ABBA stuck in my ...
... this theology. Currently we are both studying the strengths and weaknesses. More to come about that as we move through the class.
Summary: Still one of the richest, fullest, hardest experiences I've had. Praise God for the challenges, the friends who love me in the midst of the tough moments, the small victories, the exciting discoveries, the brothers and sisters doing cool Kingdom work, and the chance to experience this 'abundant life'.