Tulip Inn Santa Felicidade
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... about the last Socceroos game which is against Spain. Cirsty is also excited however not for the same reasons as Ryan. The pair join the rest of the fanatics and head to the pre match function. Ryan thinks Cirsty must have had a word to the organisers as the group have been told they are heading on a short walk however it turns out to be a couple of kilometres away. Cirsty of course take this opportunity to show her competitive spirit and manoeuvres her ...
just graduated and it’s a shame I can’t be at this ceremony. It will be
my turn next year though.
In other news
Camila was showing me some Brazilian music last night and funk came
up. In Brazil funk is a type of dance music is that is not of the
highest class and it is essentially a booty dance. I think this is the
type of dance many people think of ...
... trot and canter with Yemi in tow whether he wanted to or not! It was awesome I came off the horse jumping about adrenaline pumping. I'm going to look into doing it again at home I've missed it and really enjoy it, even if its just once a month or something maybe me and mum could do it that would be nice.
Off to sleep now looking forward to a hotel with wifi tomorrow, though this outdoor living hasn't been too bad and I've a new appreciation for cold showers ...
... for a two-directional flow in one lane, whereby each directionis held for a maximum of 5 minutes, usually facilitated by mobile traffic lights, thereby maximising efficient traffic flow?´
´Nah Ed, can´t be bothered with that, I´d rather we held one direction for ages until we can be bothered to turn the stop/go sign around.´
I´m not even going to say which option they chose - we were waiting for half an hour. I got all giddy as we started moving again ...
... drizzle. Ok.. so far so good. We’re trudging along toward Paulista Ave and I notice there’s a tenth of the traffic there should be.. strange.. but we were heading toward Paulista, Brazils business boulevard. When Paulista arrived it was the quietest it had ever been. Even better, the trains were vacant as well. We couldn’t believe our luck; we’re still to this day not sure what happened but it presented as a public holiday or ...