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... currency and dollars.
I have pretty comprehensive travel insurance, although not to the full value of my gear, which would be impossible.
I have a bag of spare bits for my bike and trailer, which cannot be comprehensive, but I hope covers the main bases. I will use a simple bike multitool and a leatherman.
I have an assortment of toiletries and medicines along with an arm full of vaccinations.
My clothes are generally quite light and meant to ...
... my sisters. Dang guys, it’s hard to live for Jesus by yourself. Good thing that’s not how God intended it to be right? Church on Sunday was an encouraging reminder of what I’m living for, and life during the week has been a good reminder of why I believe what I believe. Both are important I think. God has been faithful with reminders of his grace. My classmates (the ones who I’ve gotten to know a little better) and my landlady believe in a God, and ...
... for years, uncompleted. Well, it seems that Panini is a way of life out here. On the tour we saw quite a few groups of adults, anywhere from 20-60 years of age, (not pre-pubescent boys), getting rid of their "swapsies" in the middle of the street. "Ere mate I'll swap you my Roberto Baggio for one of your shineies" They were taking it very seriously with whole piles of stickers being shuffled and sifted and lists ticked off on paper. Awesome insight into ...
Because of the way that I booked my flight, when I left Montevideo, I planned a stopover in Sao Paulo. It cost me 12.5K in miles but it was worth it to visit my friends there.
I had been in this city once before but didn't really get a chance to see much since it was a business trip. This time, I got to experience some cool things about the city.
Upon arrival, I met my friend and we went out in the evening. The bar we hung out at had live music. We had the luck ...
... home to the most Italian’s outside Italy. The restaurant was lovely, but the pizza was about $27 each (money we could use on something else), so we headed somewhere a bit cheaper for dinner- which might have been McDonald’s. I am going to say we went there for experimental purposes, because I had heard that Sao Paulo had one of the most expensive McDonald’s in the world- so I wanted to see if it was true. Conclusion- prices are pretty much on par with Australia. ...