Transamerica Classic Victoria
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... people, more than 2 or 3x bigger than London. We heard it called a concrete jungle a few times and many people say don’t stop
there unless you have to. But we didn’t have another option as there was no direct connection and also we kind of wanted to see how such a big city is like.
Thursday 4th December
In the morning we are really quite tired after a short sleep and just the thought of having to pack our bags and go ...
Hey everyone. I think this will be quick. Just an update on my life.
Here's the last of what I will say on the World Cup. I have three points. In regards to the 7-1 game, I was actually pretty surprised by the response. Of course there was the immediate depression and sadness that comes with being internationally humiliated (AKA my last post), but just that night. After that, well people just picked up and moved on. ...
... at me 16 times for trying on masks and playing with toys I wasn't supposed to touch. Hasn't anyone taught her about "try before you buy?" We continued on to a rich part of town called Oscar Freiri with some of the most expensive clothing and shoes in Sao Paolo. I was in the market for a pair of shoes to go out in, but I wasn't about to spring $100 for a single pair. I was, however in the mood to try Brazil's version of dulce de leche: Brigadero. This soft chocolate paste is rolled ...
from a 2 hour layover to a 9er, then a 10r... it was fun... we took the airport bus to Paulista walked aroudn a bit, bought lunch, saw a movie, walked around then headed back to GRU to find ou flight had been delayed by bad weather in Uruguay.
The Blue Building on Paulista is often photographed...
... made, with support from the World Bank, to allow for the expansion of areas cultivated with sugarcane and the introduction of ethanol distilleries. Amid the worldwide petroleum crisis, the experience helped reduce Brazil’s vulnerability and increase energy security. Engineering advances following the second global oil crisis, in 1979, led to the development of engines powered strictly with hydrated ethanol. By 1984, automobiles equipped with “alcohol ...