Pullman SP International Airport
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... lady and some other guy with her who was doing nothing, proceeded to laugh at our passports. apparently it was funny because we had a hologram on there. they then stood there for a good 5minutes waiting for an English speaking lady to come over and help out. turns out we were at the wrong airport....'you will never make it' she proceeded to say, but you have 1hour so you can try'.shocked and amazed with the lack of confidence in our chances of making the fight ...
Its not that it became a pretty city in 3 months since I was here before, but I've seen it on a different way.
Sao Paulo is not a city to wander arround. You must know where you are going, and drive there, because if you walk, 1. It's too far, 2. The way is generally not nice.
I stayed again with my cousins, Cris and Alex, but this time they were on holidays, and it's Christmas!! So we had time to go to a few nice places in Sao Paulo and eat out. A lot.
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Personally, I hung out with the kids for the majority of the day. My job was to make sure no child bounced out of the trampoline or forgot to take turns. It was delightful. There was an expedition or two to the popcorn machine and beauticians. I marvel at the generosity of all who participated from organizing the event to offering their professional services to the seminary interns who gave up their respective Saturdays. ...
... couple that english was not required in their curriculum and that they would pay an additional school just to teach them english. Back to the story, a girl approached us and asked if I was Jesha and I thought, "yes! woo!". I said goodbye to Rafael and went with the girl. Her name is Larissa, Lari for short (again, I'm assuming with the spelling) and she drove me to Unicamp to meet up with the VP, André, so I could get settled in and rest. And here I ...
... at 2am - which was lucky, beacuse the next morning at 8:30 am, a construction crew started inxplicably demolishing the building next door. With a wrecking ball. The buildings are terraced, so it is fair to say that it was a BIT of a shock! But as I lay there, the room literally shaking, I knew Sampa would be an interesting place: a rude awakening, perhaps, on the Brazilian tourist trail.
The day was spent trapsing around Centro, an area known for its beautiful ...