Quality Hotel Moema
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... colored sleeveless Ts for $10 each. Of course electronics are very expensive, and although my camera was used (like new though), it cost as much as a new one in the States! Much better zoom and resolution than my previous one, which was 4 years old before I broke it (a record for me!).
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I was actually scared to write this, but I've got a lot of points to bring up. Here’s my outline: What I’m not going to talk about, what happened (that you didn’t see on your TV screen), the (considerably dim) bright sides, what the social mood is in Brazil right now, and my hopes for what this country can take from this game. As always, read what you like. When I said I wanted to come to Brazil because I wanted to see history in the making, this is ...
... through the steep hills was really hot, we were back to mega heat temperatures, but the sight from above had been worth it! We had sensational views onto the cramped favela and Rio with its beautiful beaches and the lagoon. The return downhill (without a bike thank god) was just as interesting (but still quite scary), seeing how everyone lives with so little in the favela but still seems to have all they need to be happy, it was very humbling. Now I could also ...
... been. This meant we missed getting tickets for the next bus to Foz du Iguacu and we had to spend the night in Sao Paulo. We went into an internet room at the bus station and started searching for good areas to stay in and hostels within that area and during this found lots of horror stories within all the areas. Fun! Ended up booking to stay at Saci Hostel nearby Vila Madalena area. Saci Hostel ...
... 2005, banks were not able to repossess items due to delinquencies, as the repossession process was very long, and could take 7-8 years to complete. Today, due to streamlining of this process and the ability to repossess, delinquency rates in Brazil are much lower. The average mortgages in Brazil are 30 year mortgages, however most people try to pay them early, at an average of 20 years up to a minimum of 8 years. Like in the USA, the Brazilian dream is to own a home. ...