Regent Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... para-chi) is a quaint ocean side town with a Portuguese cobblestone historic centre, similar to Colonia, and brightly colored doors and windows. We checked into our Pousada (our room had bunk beds as well as a double bed) and headed out to explore the city in the drizzle. We wandered around a few shops and stopped for coffee/a submarino (warm milk that they add a bar of chocolate to) with Aisha, Dave, Martina, Silje and Egil. When they ...
... too much. Praise the lord, Brazil won on spot-kicks and the crowd went wild... check the video!
Andrea had been going on about this restaurant that served excellent Picanha. Picanha is a cut of beef considered the best in Brazil, found at the top of the animal. The way they serve it is raw, sliced very thinly with the fat still on. A griddle is brought to your table with a gas burner underneath and one by one you place the slices on the grill for as long or as short ...
... walking over the forested mountains to get to hidden beautiful beaches and lovely warm waters to swim in. Although the long treks did get us in trouble one time (as usual) we had left it quite late and by the time we started going back dusk had fallen so the last half hour was spent walking in pitch black through the winding path of the forest with the help of our loyal iphone torches :)
All in all, we wished we could have ended the trip at this place! ...
... he has devoted 17 years of his career to Embraer. The company is consistently growing and taking a larger market share, and is also pioneering new technologies, such as producing the first airplane (a crop duster named the Ipanema) to run on 100% ethanol. Embraer is also close to releasing their largest military airplane yet, the KC-390, which will be in direct competition with the Boeing C-17.
From there we drove about 20 minutes down the road to the Johnson & ...
... in the religious landscape of Brazil. This movement is big on personal religious experience, emphasizing the individual relationship of the believer and God; it is also charismatic and fits well with the prosperity gospel. While, back in the US, I've noticed a bit of a growing social justice movement. You've got books like the Irresistible Revolution by Shane Claiborne, the Manna and Mercy study, David Platt's Radical which have become rather ...