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... waiting times? Did people use the prayer station? How many church members helped and how many attended the fair? What does it mean that there are many churches who participate in blitz projects like the Day for Jesus or Week for Jesus but there are also many churches who do not support longterm mission projects? What does this mean in light of the legacy of such incredible projects such as Street People (Povo de Rua) or the Street Kids Project ...
Siamo sottoterra al buio.
L'isola di Lesbo o l'inizio di una pelicula di Almodovar.
Sedie nere graffiate d'oro, un piccolo teatro nel centro storico.
Luci soffuse e fumo.
La storia di Saffo e le sue allieve. La perdita della giovinezza, l'abbandono di Acis.
"Saffo beije-me, ame-me, vÍm" dice Acis prima di sparire nell'Ade.
Persefone invoca maledizioni erotiche. Afrodite induce ...
... to preserve sone of its charm and allure. Around the village itself there are some great rainforest walks so bring yours shoes !!! Havianas didn't quite make the grade. The town is now quite famously known by locals for it's fruit cambuci that only grows in a small area of Brazil. The fuit looks like a squashed fig and has a sour lemon-like taste. Commercialism has not passed this town by and this fruit is used in every type of ...
... in SP. So both good reasons I think, and why not add one more City to my growing travel resume.
Sao Paulo is not renowned for a place rich in tourist attractions, so I had no idea what I was supposed to do there so I made up a short list of accomplishments to...accomplish. Though I really had no idea if I could actually do any of this stuff in Sao Paulo.
I planned to stay one night, hang with Daniela and enjoy the following fictional or factual delights of ...
... out pretty quick.
There are not many things that can get me off my drool-stained pillow after a tucking in for a much needed nap – and luckily Curitiba offered it. Cereal. Yes – breakfast cereal. Our hotels were almost like little suites because they had one or two bedrooms, a bathroom and a little kitchenette with a refrigerator and microwave – and bowls and spoons! So I hopped ...