Real Castilha Hotel
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Some more listening for your lugs... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KeN9c2G YJkk
From one city to another. Aidan and I got the overnight coach to Sao Paulo and had a quick power-nap at our usual penthouse apartment courtesy of Debs and Andrea, (rahhh!), before going downtown to meet the ever breezy Brisa, (her mates call her Bacardi). Saw loads of riot police standing outside a building presumably waiting for someone to come out. They literally had the place ...
... attention when Ad showed me where the bus station was and was freaking out I wouldn’t find it this morning! I had a long first ride about 4 hours in the middle of it some woman and her horrible child sat behind me to where the child was screaming book book (I was sleeping up until this point) and then the kid started kicking my chair. Nope this was not going to happen I sat up turned around glared at the mum and said if ...
... Japanese" district...where we wandered the shops...Phin enjoyed the gadgets....and then we had some sushi and sashimi before we were back to the bus station and the airport to fly to Lima....then to Ecuador the following day :)
Overall....not a great place to go...not much to do and very glad we only had a few hours ...
... levels), and two trainees. There are also two IT consultants who have been in and out of the office but who aren't part of the audit team. The partner has been at the client for one day total since I've been there, one manager (the one who took us to the game) is there every day, the other manager has only been there a half day total, and the rest of the workers are there all the time. I should explain that we are all technically here in ...
... 8217;s almost shocking to see scenes of the man himself at the end of that biopic and have him not look like Downey. He is constantly struggling between his journalistic curiosity, his genuine desire to help this man, and his fear of intimacy, both with his family, represented by his ex-wife and boss Catherine Keener, and with Ayers, who becomes increasingly and almost frighteningly dependent on him. You can see every inch of his discomfort and frustration ...