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... would have been in their position. Here’s what hurt me. The national pride was just bad. Almost a solid month of flags and face paint and singing the national anthem, and it all disappears as soon as things go sour. Dang. At half time, many of the Brazilian fans left. During the second half, people were setting off fireworks when Germany scored. As the game lingered, people started cheering for Germany. If you couldn’t hear from your TVs, the ...
... walking over the forested mountains to get to hidden beautiful beaches and lovely warm waters to swim in. Although the long treks did get us in trouble one time (as usual) we had left it quite late and by the time we started going back dusk had fallen so the last half hour was spent walking in pitch black through the winding path of the forest with the help of our loyal iphone torches :)
All in all, we wished we could have ended the trip at this place! ...
... required. The robots would then retrieve the pallets from their locations, and drop them on the little automated carts, which would then drive off and deliver the product to the correct production location. From there we moved onto the automated picking and shipping order fulfillment lines, where bar-coded boxes on conveyors would alert packers of what needed to be sent to fulfill an order. The entire process worked very seamlessly, and it is evident that a large number ...
... highlight-color: rgba(26, 26, 26, 0.296875); -webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Goodbye to caipirinha's, pastels, cakes for brekkie, Carnival, havianas, heavy rain! Portuguese, curvy ladies, samba, Arraial Do Cabo, Trindade, Sea and Forest - we still feel that we have only touched on Brazil so I am certain we will be back!
... the road rules, they only had themselves to blame. Or so I thought.
Sao Paulo's metropolitan area is ranked among the five largest in the world. With the population nearing 24 million, some 10 million own and operate cars on a daily basis! This can mean only one thing. Chaos. No matter what time or day it is, when you step into a car, it is as if you are driving up Reid or down Kwinnana highways at 5.00 o'clock on a Friday afternoon. And, given the ...
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