Tsue Bienal Flat
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... moving. it reminds me a bit of asia in terms of life found there in the streets ... there are grafitis on the walls, people come out from anywhere, you find food trucks everywhere, small bars with music which come out of the speakers in the car lol brief, a summary of simplicity and it feels good!
Tomorrow I get up at 6:15 am like Julian to go to town and discover the heart of this city !!
See you soon, bisous!
... s done that, will I ever get it back , and how embbarrassing is this going to be. But at 6:45am the bag still wasn't there it also wasn't with the othe backpacks on the wall. Finally at 6:55am I had the bag. In a Big Al panic I ran to the check in desk to learn that Brazilians are very chilled just looking at me clearly thinking what's she worried about!! But I've now made it bang on 7:05am at the gate and am still sat here waiting to board ..breathing again ...
... had set up a big fan site with a huge screen right next door to the metro station, which was perfect! The only problem was the ground was a further 45 minute walk since you had to walk through what felt like a maze since the entire site was unfinished... There were so many touts outside the ground selling tickets for ridiculous prices, up to $1,000, but there were so many buyers with signs round their necks ...
... light built by the british in 1901, this is still the citys main train station and attracts a lot of people including a whole load of prostitutes. Throughout the morning we had only seen busy streets with a few city attractions and a whole load of homeless and beggars on the street. Not quite what we were expecting as we didn't realise it would be as poor as it was as some of the areas we had been in had been awful and decorated with piles of ...
... easiest to learn, just as cuillère is the easiest to learn in french. Maybe one of my readers can help me figure out if there's a cognate hiding somewhere. Faca means knife, which for some reason makes sense, maybe because of it's harshness. Out of nowhere, garfo means fork.
My favorite vocabulary word is cachecol, which means scarf. The closest English pronunciation is ka-she-KOHH, which if you stretch your imagination starts to sound ...