Pituba Plaza Hotel
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... as I often do when I travel . I find a little store run by a sicilian, Antonella. She empties the whole inventory of dental floss on the table. In Brazil you can mix and match the garments, women like to buy a G (grande) top and a P (petit ) bottom. Lucky for me as I had a bunch of G bottom's available for inspection. As I am holding these bottoms, the P is smaller than the palm of my hand, M just about matches it and G is a hair larger. How to fit my body into this, ...
... I wanna work in a Chocolate Factory!
I didn't mean to spend five days in Salvador but it's quite addictive. It helped that the weather was very unsettled and made a trip to the coastline less appealing. Still managed to squeeze in a day on the beach before flying to Sao Paulo and spending the night in hotel in readiness for my midday flight to Bolivia. It's the first double bed I've seen in nearly seven weeks and I need it. Bye bye Brazil!
... man had spotted our ticket sign and came over to strike a deal for one, holding his hands and fingers up to try and negotiate a price; we thought we had a deal as he nodded and wandered off, giving the impression he was to return with the money. A few moments passed as we watched Messi and co labour against the Swiss before the man returned looking a little shifty, he opened an envelope containing a crumpled match ticket and nodded at me to complete the ...
... Infant Mental Health Program”, she just didnt know that that was what is was – it is described as “Terapia do Riso” – Therapy of Laughter with the parent as participant”. It has a particular focus on the mother to support her in “infant care, development and observation”. Her organization continues and they use a blue ribbon as their symbol. When I asked our guide what the blue ribbon was for, she told me ...
... br> Lori was clearly confused when she got to the literary device section of the quiz that was really a test.
Ellipsis- Intentional omission of words
Lori thought and thought...and then thought some more about the literary devices on her quiz which was really a test.
Lori gazed hopelessly at the endless list of verbs she had to know for her quiz that was really a test.
Like I said, ...