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... a Japanese festival, and outdoor graffiti gallery, a Capoeira roda, and the Futebol museum. I went to the mall on a regular basis, did most of my grocery shopping after 23:00, and watched a futebol game in the middle of a bunch of crazy fans. I got to go back to Anapolis for a weekend to see everyone one last time. I skipped school for a day to go to a park and ride bikes and walk down Avenida Paulista. I participated in a Capoeira class and ...
... headquarters is located in Brazil and was created as a government controlled entity in 1969, and privatized fully in 1994. They employ 18,000 people of which 90.18% are in Brazil and their aircraft fly to destinations in more than 80 countries worldwide.
The most common aircraft that Embraer makes is their 170 model and it is the base that all models of their commercial airline models are built off of. They expand to offer the ...
... I need to know before I head out of my house, Internet. Plane tickets and what to eat aren't nearly as important as these things. Get your **** together, Internet!
Speaking of which: always carry a roll of toilet paper with you. Nuff' said.
Another issue: earbuds. I tried traveling with my trustworthy Apple earbuds (not the cool 2012 iEar or whatever they call it - the former version). After about 3 hours my inner ear ...
... weighs the most is the notebook (which I'm getting rid of in exchange for a iPad) and the wine I brought with me to thank my host - but still, even if the clothes are well wrapped up, they tend to occupy a lot of space and be quite heavy.
It's new years eve and we'll be heading down to the closest beach. It should be quite and adventure, as the beaches are quite full this time of the year (specially today). Let's see how ...
... For adventures and misadventures in cooking, praise be to God.
For book releases, book fairs, and learning about 'the good book', praise be to God.
Returning to the elegant words of Taylor, "Human beings may separate things into as many piles as we wish - separating spirit from flesh, sacred from secular, church from world. But we should not be surprised when God does not recognize the distinctions we make between the two. Earth is so thick with divine ...