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From Fernando de Noronha we flew to Salvador with a 3 hour layover in Recife. I must say that I really didn't have many expectations of Salvador, and our arrival made me wonder what we were in for. We arrived late and didn't get a taxi until about 11:00 PM. After a 30 minute drive from the airport, the taxi driver couldn't find our hotel; rarely a …
... the people wanted something worthy of worship and this style drew people to church every week. It was just frustrating because that display of wealth is the opposite of what St. Francis stood for. My views on religion have changed a lot over the course of the voyage, but that’s another things you might just have to ask me at home. We walked through the alleys leading from the square and saw a lot of art and little shops and restaurants everywhere. Redbull freestyle is ...
... an architect for those of you who don't know. After a tour of his school, where we happened to run into about 10 people he knew, because Vini knows everyone, we picked up Diogo and Natalia from school and came home. For lunch, we ate some yucca fries, which are really really good, like French fries, but maybe even better, a sausage, like kielbasa, with onions, rice, and salad. Yummy! Then we had to bring the kids (I call them the kids, ...
... over, and planes fly over their neighborhood sometimes, so I think I saw their street before realizing it was theirs. We came inside the house and they showed me to Nati's room, which has Vini's bed in it right now so Nati and I are sharing. My the bed had a heart-shaped "Welcome to your new home. We love you!" Sign above it. They're so cute and perfect, gosh I missed them so much. It gonna be so hard to leave them. I unpacked all my stuff, Nati cleared out two of ...
Grades entered. Awards Distributed. Goodbyes said. School year 2013 officially over and the next step in my education officially begins!!!
So you might be wondering why I would choose a Portuguese speaking country to work on my masters when I teach Spanish. So here is the story. Jeana, one of my favorite college professors, contacted me about a year ago to tell me that SFASU was starting a graduate program for Latin American Studies. As much as this is right up ...