Orange Praia Hotel
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... not the most comfortable journey so far! The driver ripped us off seriously- so our first sour experience but that wasn't to dampen a great night out, getting back at 4am and chatting by the poolside till the sun came up. You can't be poolside without a few shenninagans, Mark ended up in the pool naked and then got told of by a member of staff, then about an hour later (@ 5am!) I followed suit but at least I was wearing my underwear! After the sun started to rise ...
As in many developing countries, rich and poor live side by side in Brazil. In Recife there are many slum areas; the one I visited was adjacent to the river, close to the main shopping area of the city. Narrow alleyways lead off the road to single rooms about the size of a single garage in the UK. These are the government-supplied 'apartments'. They have electricity but no running water. Washing and toilet facilities are open ...
... All of the team here in Brazil are grateful to those of you at home who have followed along with us on this portion of our faith journey. It is bittersweet leaving tomorrow morning but we look forward to sharing our experiences with each of you. Again, thank you very much for all your love and support. As they say here in NE Brazil "um grande xeru"
God is good all the time. All the time God is good.
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... our trip is on TAM airlines. It is not bad though it seems no one is in their assigned seat. Luckily Pastor Lee helps me with the man who is in my seat and we work it out that I can sit on the aisle but his wife is in Barbara’s seat so we have to go through it all again. We all get seats. Throughout the flight the couple attempts to talk to me but they do not speak English only Portuguese. I do understand when they want to get up to use ...
... and she too has been affected but is in remission, her brother who’s 57 has cancer of the oesophagus and despite all the treatment available now has less than a year to live. The family has been tested to see if there’s a genetic link but have been told that that’s not the case there’s no genetic link, which just seems inconceivable.
The family have an established bed manufacturing business ...