The Falls Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the Methodist daycares. The social action organization of the Methodist church of Brasil, AMAS, works in conjunction with the city government of São Paulo to run day care centers. Some of the students from the seminary go once a month to the continuing education day to provide a worship service for the ladies after the ceremony. It's a pretty neat thing to see: the ...
a few weeks have passed and we have done alot of different things, be it beying lazy and laying in the sun drinking a cocktail or visiting the cool end beatifull places Sao Paulo have to offer.
Let me start with the lazy parts!
Paco and I both have a different way of approaching this. I mostly get up around 9-10 o'clock while paco gets up around 7-8 and start running. who tought he wouldnt sport ...
... were on our hols and he had to get up for work every morning we insisted on sleeping on the rather natty rug in his living room.
First night in Santos, we hit Gustavo's local, Bar Toninho, hooked up with some of his friends and spent the evening eating fish balls - a delicacy in the bar - and consuming beer. In fact this became our local too and we ended up here 5 nights on the run!
On Saturday, Gustavo "located" ...
Posting by Louise 03 April: Hi Folks .... our adventure is coming to a close so this will be the last e mail! We have been going at hectic speed to try and fit in all we wanted to see - hence sporadic contact! From the lazy beaches of Arica (Chile), where grey desert meets sea we entered Peru - to the White City of Arequipa that boasts superb colonial buildings and the famed frozen mummy of 14 year old Juanita who was sacrificed on the highest mountain top to the Gods in ...
... walkways around it so we were able to walk along some of them, look up at some, look down on others and then head out so we were almost on top of the Devilīs Throat. Thousands of litres of water gushing underneath your feet in an almost deafening roar is quite something, although I donīt think our photos will quite do it justice. The following day, it was back on the bus and we came to Sao Paulo. It was a bit of a mixed event for me, although ...