San Michel Hotel
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... which made me sneeze, a lot) but everytime I tried to remove her from my lap she just meowed at me, followed me and jumped back on. Not that this is particularly interesting to you but it made me happy :D. The hostel I moved to (where I am at the moment) is great, people just chat to you. I seem to meet most people at breakfast... not sure why?
On Sunday I met up with Henrique and his friends. He lives in a city 2hrs outside ...
... to Brazil to study African dance. This kind of dance is very physically hard and fun.
My favorite moments in Brazil were...
1. My birthday, because Claudia made me an awesome cake.
2. I loved swimming in our condominium's swimming pool.
3. I really liked going to the turtle sanctuaries because they are filled with very cute adult and baby sea turtles.
While in Brazil, I was surprised to see...
the huge crowd of ...
Day 19: Sao Paulo
The last couple of days in Sao Paulo involved an all day session watching the rugby in an Irish pub with Brits, Aussies and Kiwis (great win for England over Wales to setup an exciting final match next week when 3 teams could still win the 6 nations), followed by a recovery day ...
The drive into the city took forever since we first saw the signs saying`Sao Paulo´. We managed to negotiate the metro to the hostel, Lime Time. The city centre was packed, high rises and sky scrapers take over the city and you can literally see the city for miles and miles. The hostel had a so called pet dog called gringo, but it was actually a psycho!! The staff said straight away, mind our ...
... first before other debts, make a down payment of up to 60% on the loan and even will prepay their mortgage so they can own their home outright.
The presentation ended earlier than expected so Fernando took us to a vast, lavish mall for a one hour shopping spree. First we had to figure out why there were different prices on the articles. In Brazil, people buy everything on installments.
Lunch was at the ...