Transamerica Prime - The World
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... more space between seats and the seats themselves were almost fully reclinable. Bus
driver was in no big rush as we arrived in Sao Paulo with more than one hour delay just after midnight. Which I was a little nervous about since we didn't know the area and heard very mixed reviews about Sao Paulo from other travellers. But it worked out fine, we took the metro to Vila Madalena and found the hostel fairly easily.
Sao Paulo is a massive metropolis with approximately ...
... with other family. That puts my mom at seven hours before me, which is the farthest apart we’ve ever been by time difference. Also, my mom has managed to break and sprain her ankle while attempting to surf. Prayers for her would be appreciated. Anyways, Love you family. Stay safe. Praying for you.
As always, I love you all. Feel free to contact me. Until next time, grace and peace from my room in Barra Funda, Sao ...
... Italia, but it was closed on Sundays. :( A small crafts market nearby was shutting down and we watched a capoeira roda in progress before jumping on the subway to head back to Romulo's place. We made kiwi caipirinhas with sake in them--delicious! Not wanting to waste a good Sunday night, we walked about 15 minutes to a nearby samba school called Vai Vai, one of the best in the city. I didn't understand what a samba school was before this. People take classes here year round in ...
... I have ever had an actual conversation with. He was also incredibly sweet and offered to take me around his town.
When he actually emailed to make plans, I was a little confused and wondered if he was looking at the right business card. It was unnerving and frankly, awesome. He picked me up in his bullet-proof VW and with his impressive Canon, off we went on an urban adventure. With ABBA stuck in my ...
... monitoring over 800,000 cars sending 80 million positions daily to the map link servers. Due to the high crime rates in Brazil, most insurance companies will not ensure a vehicle without a tracking device, and Mo's company uses these tracking devices to track vehicles and monitor traffic patterns, as well as send re-route information and real-time traffic data back to mobile GPS units.
One of my biggest frustrations while being in Brazil was the quality and usability ...