Pullman SP International Airport
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... and not Brazil, but still, those fifty feet between me and the Croatian charter bus is probably the closest I’m going to get to any of the World Cup players. I’ll take it. I wish you could see just how excited people get for these games. It’s wonderful. My ears are still ringing and I have a headache but it was totally worth it. I watch the next game in Rio, and I’m actually nervous about that one. It’s going ...
... on the left.
- there is a full alley of yogurts (which to me is quite natural... as a Frenchie !). The only problem is... there are about 4 kinds of yogurts there :) And of course, there's Danone, Nestlé and a local brand.
- the onion booth is HUGE. And the best part is : the garlic booth is the same size. There's about three times the amount of onions and garlic as there is for tomatoes, salad, and other veggies :)
Paulo told me later that these two ingredients are ...
... didnt have a clue what anything was! We thought Portugese would be more similar to Spanish but its not! Ryan had spotted the coconuts outside the cafe and tried to order one to drink, the waiter did ask something in Portuguese, we werent quite sure what and just said si, but when he came back he brought a big bowl of yogurt with banana and some granola!! Not quite the coconut water that we thought we ordered! There is quite a ...
... to make work identification cards, nutritionist, psychologist, storyteller, facials, manicures, hairdressers (note my sweet braid), discount glasses, consultation for vaccinations (legally the vaccinations must be given in a clinic/medical office), popcorn machine, ball pit and trampoline, face painting, prayer station, and two worship services. I've seen a few of these type of fairs before, but not generally with this many components of a person ...
... with us. The museum wasn't filled with memorabilia and trophies like the one we visited in Uruguay - it was more like a history lesson on Brazilian football. From the introduction of the game into the country, to the first black slaves who were allowed to play, to the great Brazilian footballers of the past, there was definitely something to be learnt. One of the few pieces of memorabilia that they had ...