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... my face. Eventually I got to the cemetery though. It was an amazing site, very simple and so accessible (apparently this is what his family wanted). I took some photos next to the grave and payed my respects by leaving some flowers with a note saying "Race on Senna" inside. I also wrote dads name "Christopher John Slingsby Ogle" on some paper and placed it inside. I took a taxi back from there, no way I was tempting fate again. It was an amazing experience but I was ...
... hugely excited planning a trip to the Amazon to see pink dolphins! Strangely enough we both found that we wanted to go for the same reason – our favourite childhood book by Eva Ibbotson called Journey to the River Sea! I probably won’t write blogs as frequently for the next couple of months as I will have classes (I hope!) so I will be slightly busier!
As always, I miss you all lots and lots and lots!
Lots of love,
... nation does well, and it will build over the next two weeks, especially if Brazil does well.
But I can’t help thinking that as every game from now on is sudden death, it’s a party where the music can suddenly quieten and the beer flow reduce to a trickle. If Brazil is eliminated, there will be a lot more ‘business as usual’ than people expect. Of course, Brazilians will watch the games, they love football and they want the world to have ...
... as you can imagine, the Q&A session was quite interesting, with me trying to stick to principles and telling them they had to do the contextualisation themselves! But the conference seemed to be a resounding success, which is fantastic. People engaged, asked questions and genuinely wanted to explore the whole topic. Ian was very encouraged, but as I jetted of to my hotel in Lima, I did wonder if I'd left them rather a mess to clear ...
... the trip. My real impression was that I travelled half way around the world to see another New York City. And to be honest Sao Paolo is very much like NYC, in just about every way, except of course that the majority of people don't speak english...uhhh wait a minute...I guess that could be said about NYC too. Anyway, the first time I was really "wowed" in Brazil was at Hotel Unique and their nightclub/restaurant Bar Skye. ...