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... d have thought the government would've tried to tidy it up in preperations for the world cup, but maybe that is over another side of the city and just hoped that noone would venture this far in. Gringos are very light on the ground around here.
After watching some weird interpretive dance thing at what I assume is the modern art museum we grabbed a drink at an outside bar and watched the world go by. We discussed if we had ...
... it are filled with open-fronted shops and market stalls selling everything you can think of. A stall selling only toilet seats? Yep. And another dedicated to clothes hangers? Absolutely. What about a hat stand shop? São Paulo has it covered. If I'm honest, it was all a bit much for me. The streets were absolutely packed, the air was hot and sticky and the street sellers, clad in their yellow Brazil football shirts, were ...
... last week. She is a self professed bad driver. Oh dear. We almost scraped a pillar on the way out and on the first street she stalled. That was by no means the last time she stalled! Though we did survive the day without any scrapes or crashes, so it really was a success. We drove to Tiago's to pick up Paula who was coming bikini shopping with us. On the way Marcella said oops I forgot my glasses... Oh dear indeed! We went to a bikini (and sportswear) shop called ...
... Lima, 2170, jardim da Granja São José dos Campos, 12227-000, Brazil
The following is NOT permitted
- people wearing shorts, mini skirts, sleeveless shirts and sandals;
- people under 18 years old;
- any equipment that can retrieve data or images of our installations (CD´s, memory
sticks, notebooks, Ipads, camcorders, pendrives, cameras, etc).
§ 11:45AM-12:30PM Lunch at ...
... fenced in and supplied with limited amounts of food, and forced to harvest resources, whether it be by mining, fishing, or other means. Every bit of food the villagers consume is counted somehow and the more "food points" someone accumalates the more times their name is put into the annual lotteries for entrance into the Hunger Games. The phrase, "may the odds be ever in your favour" is routinely used throughout the ...