Mercure Apartments Curitiba Val D Isere
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... look deeper into the eyes of people and animals that I encounter and realize that we are all connected so we must respect each other and create more harmony amongst us. We must also all work together more to preserve our home, that we call planet Earth.
I was thinking of putting some numbers together to figure out just how much we really did this past year. By flying back to New York from Indonesia, we have literally traveled around the world even though we spent ...
... doing football training. We played with them for a little and then we got to work. As it was a Saturday the school was not running.
Our project was to re-paint parts of the school. The main bit was the undercover football court.
We scraped up gum, swept and taped up all the lines. Then we painted and painted. Green court ...
... a registration process at entrance it really drags the entry speed down.
The cover charge at R$39 (NZD$24) is also quite a bit higher than New Zealand clubs (again, in Hamilton where cover is from around $5 to $10). Once we are in though, the atmosphere was pretty good. We squeezed through the tight crowd to meet the girls and had a good time dancing to Brazilian ...
... from Sao Paulo and the fact he'd never washed his canteen that was ailing him. He self-medicated with a big bottle of fresh water and upon taking his first sip from it, reportedly felt a bubbling in his stomach and was soon relieved of his blockages and started to feel better. Although Fred didn't explicitly agree to to me detailing his bowel movements, it's how Curitiba will remember him and so I ...
... jungle trees forming hills dotting the horizon, however as you enter the Pantanal, the jungle starts to envelope you as it does the last few electricity pilons, which rise above the tree line, and have the jungle creeping, growing and wrapping itself around the lower structure. Indeed it feels like the jungle and the environment, including 40 degree sweltering heat, is closing in, as we past dead animals decomposing ...