The Falls Hotel
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... quittons notre chambre. Après avoir déposé nos sacs à la réception, direction la plage déjà revêtus de nos maillots de bain. Le soleil est haut dans le ciel bleu, le paysage est incroyable et la plage est vide! On se baigne, s'amuse comme de vrais enfants découvrant pour la première fois les plaisirs du littoral! La mer est tellement bonne et c'est très facile de s'y glisser. Je suis sur la piste ...
... are also a number of challenges, including the danger of being kidnapped and/or robbed, etc., which has happened to Ricardo on several occasions, most notably at his own home in Sao Paulo.
Brazil Now Very Expensive!
It seems not too many people I talk to are very happy with what they perceive as an extremely corrupt communist regime that was recently reelected. And Brazil has become now one of the most expensive countries in the world with a large divide ...
... being on the way
to something unknown,
Yet it is the law of all progress that is made
by passing through some stages of instability
and that may take a very long time.And so I think it is with you.
Your ideas mature gradually. Let them grow.
Let them shape themselves without undue haste.
Do not try to force them on
The train ride was not so spectacular. But the town Paranapiacaba, built by English guys was quite interesting. Houses in English style.
The town was built as base to maintain trains. The train yard turned now in a museum, really nice, a lot of old buildungs and equipment and steam locos. One was under steam, so we took a small ride in the train ...
... championship and by the end of the games that day, four teams were in with a shot of taking the title. I think it was at this stage we decided we were going to beg, steal or borrow to get a ticket for the final Championship decider the following week in Rio.
That night, one of Gustavo's friends got us free entry into a play about one of the godfathers of Brazillian music. As you would probably expect in Santos, everything ...