Things decay in the campo. They break down, fall apart, succumb to the entropic forces of heat and wet and hard use. Shoe soles crack, fray, come to pieces, holes wear into socks and shirts and packs, mud and road dust creep into everything. 1,621 more words
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The romantic fate of a young, privileged Brazilian woman seems to be determined, but she soon realizes that it is her world, not her appearance, that needs to change. 15 more words
Wealth disparity. It’s something that exists everywhere, albeit to different degrees of visibility and contrast. Skyscrapers loom imposingly over one man’s hammock. During the day he drives a tuk-tuk for tourists, whose pressing concerns include whether they should get their manicures touched up before or after cocktails. 268 more words