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Never know where I land, I am a gypsy man

The feminine man drinks up life as he can, to locate the subtle balance that restores the endless possibility of his spherical span. He acquires the second element that opens the door, alchemy is now his project, for which he can … Continue reading

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It could be Heaven or Hell de Janeiro

So Oh Rio de Janeiro! you’ve changed. And it doesn’t look like that superficial makeover is impressing anyone (although I did like the boob job on the metro signs). Hate to mention it but whatever saving on the bus price … Continue reading

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Amazon dreaming

    Abysszon.   Someday in March, Somewhere in Nature, Somehow in Awe.       Arrival into the Amazon; the earth’s largest forest, its metaphorical lungs, its largest and greatest point of diversity. Its people; those that make a … Continue reading

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