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... As I cannot play soccer as well as any of them, I will not be judging them. On the contrary, I still love that team. Stay strong for third place guys. Well, here’s what happened that you didn’t see. Brazil does not get bummed over soccer. They do not get upset over losing a game. They mourn losing a game. They go into depression about being out of the World Cup. That’s about what happened 23 minutes in. After that… well we’ll just say ...
... seemed that by now we were the only tourists still wanting to go to the island and our teenager boat driver and his 2 crazy friends decided it would be great fun to turn the tourist boat into a speed boat and almost fly us to the island, again I was praying for my life as the wind almost threw us off and when it wasn’t the wind it was hitting a wave which made me and my luggage almost fly off! In the midst of the fear we could at least have a giggle with Pip ...
... center. The entire plant is architecturally stunning and built of concrete and glass, and utilizes natural light and cooling as much as possible to reduce their energy consumption. One of the walls of the training center has been dedicated to what they called their "Wall of Fame", and any consultant who has sold their cosmetics for more than 15 years gets the opportunity to place their name on a disk on the wall of fame.
From there, Henrique took us on a tour ...
... that his daughter was going off to a convention in Korea to hopefully find a spouse! He also told us he is part of a circle who take Iuawasqua twice a month to help him deal with his demons. On one night we witness some very odd goings on of his son who seemed to be in some kind of trace communicating with something invisible... It was eerie!
... of around 20 million. Brazil and Sao Paulo especially is one of the largest multi-cultural places we have stopped at, with a mix of black, white and everything inbetween. We have been shown around Sao Paulo and lots of its surrounding suburbs that have other historical links, experiencing the patience that is required from coming with such a heavily populated city. M25 has nothing on some of the jams we have seen here.
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