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... it’s spelled. Otherwise I’m still pretty useless.
As we’ve jetted around random cities in Brazil, the main common theme has been “the US is playing here” rather than any sort of thematic or geographic similarity between most of the locations. So doing a comparison between them is difficult. Manaus, Salvador, Natal and Olinda are all completely different places. But we did manage to squeeze in a few ...
... until now that not
all the projects are long term commitments. Several ventures stood out to me,
and with 2 weeks holidays still to be booked I began the process by sending in
my application form and CV.
Within a month I had received a confirmation email saying that I had been offered a
place on a 10 day project for Animal Viva in Brazil and that WVS would fund
half the flight cost. I was ecstatic and soon began making the ...
... br> around through the bus stops looking for another tourist looking person
that might give me an idea on which bus would give me the best odds of
getting back to the hostel before dark. Luckily. I wasn’t carrying too
much stuff so I didn’t stand out too much. Unluckily, I knew that I had
nowhere near enough Reals on me to cover the cost of a cab, if I could
think of what address I would give him. The ATM machine was just a few
feet away but out ...
... very excited for our tour. We did a similar style overland tour through southern Africa the year before and loved it. Not only did we travel relatively cheaply seeing Africa, we made some really great friends in the process. We had chosen a Dragoman tour that took us from Salvador to Manaus over the course of about three weeks. Salvador is a massive city that sprawls a long way from the airport. Our hotel was in the old part of town, which is ...
For the past week, I've had the most extraordinary time staying with family and friends. I'm currently crashing at my friend Julio's place in Perdizes, an upper-class neighborhood west of the city center. Two days ago, I spent two nights with my distant relatives in Jundiai, an industrial city one hour northwest of Sao Paulo. Everyone everywhere has been extremely generous and hospitable to me. Obrigado!