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... much attention. For many of the kids, I became the dad they never had. In fact, some of them even called me dad at the end.
Many of you have been asking what I'll be doing next professionally. Well, after having purposely kept an open mind for quite some time, I've decided to start my own company. It's an opportunity and a risk that I'm willing to take. I want to be working and living on my own terms, and having my own company seems the best ...
... the occasional trace of rust from the chipped reinforced concrete.
But, there are positive sides too: it's one of the safest and cleanest big city in Brazil, and work there is better paid, plus the weather is sensational (not too hot, not too cold, not too humid, although they say that during the winter months it's as dry as a desert).
--- Tourist Activities in Brasilia ---
- Do a walking tour*.
*No crossing the ...
Today was the first day I didn't feel like I was somewhere foreign. The surrounds actually started to look familiar and a little more like home. However, you should know these three facts; it was 5:30 in the morning, I hadn’t had my caffe yet, and was living on an average of 4 hours of sleep. All that = slightly delirious on a bus to Brasilia.
The architecture of this town is truly marvelous. The designer, ...
... to another garage! The only problem with this is that we were not ready until 11.30 and so we will now have to miss out on going to the caves that we originally intended going to since it is a very long drive to Brasilia, our next stop. The first section of the drive was very pretty with lots of scenic hills around, in addition today is the first day that it has not rained; although it poured overnight. At last we can say it was a pleasant day and we are now parked up at another ...
... in Chile... The dune had to be at least 90 meters high and I loved it. The climb back up was another matter! Next day more people arrived, Paulo a fantastically funny guy from Brasilia (I nicknamed him Borat because his English accent was so similar it was uncanny) as well as Pablo and Marcela, a couple from Bela Horizonte in Southern Brazil. We all muddled along, each with our own little snatches of each others languages. It was a ...
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