Transamerica Executive The Special
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... was the cruzeiro (later becoming the cruzado before becoming the Real used today), and people were happy to be able to afford an iron or other small electronic device paid out over 18 months!! There were many, many very poor people, especially children, in the streets and the divide between the extremely wealthy on one hand and the dirt poor on the other was evident everywhere one looked.
Then and Now, Some things Different, some the Same!
... 163;1 and suspected knock off spirits - the only issue is that there are no toilets...! We had a great night, one of the best of our entire trip and made friends with a group of 3 English guys who'd been intending to have an early night... Thursday was England v Uruguay, so Ash headed off to the stadium early and Lucy watched it at the Fan Fest, which had a pretty good crowd of England fans (including the usual morons and their unimaginative chants). To console ourselves ...
... we stopped at a few of his friends’ houses to introduce me and invite them to a Churrasgo (braai) we were going to have later at his Sister’s house.
The coals for the Churrasgo were ready when we got to Junior’s sister’s house that evening. Her husband, Ericson was the Churrasgeiro (braaier). Paulo-Ricky, his son cut the large chunk of meat into thin steaks, Junior’s friend’s husband, Marcos made a marinade with beer, salt, ...
... has a lot of the same problems with Portuguese that I do. Someone pointed that out halfway through the party, and over the course of the evening I repeatedly supported the notion that I speak like a toddler. I think the two of us understood each other very well. Everyone in the room shared in my amusement when he insisted on giving me a beijo on the cheek before leaving.
In many ways these study abroad experiences do remind me of being a child. ...
... so much better. We finished the night off with some desserts (More pudim for me) with a small side of Doce de Leite (Basically, doce de leite is nothing more than milk sweetened with sugar that is boiled down until it is concentrated into either a creamy paste, or even further into a fudge-like consistency.)
After dinner we headed back to the hotel to get some sleep, ready for a busy day of meetings in and around São Paulo. So far, an excellent start to the ...