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“okay, I understand” then a few seconds later slid his hand
around my waist in the water. I gave an 'are you kidding me' laugh
and pushed him away, saying “nooooooo, no, Marco. Don't do that.”
He gave up after that, thank god.
We chatted a bit more, but I could tell
his game was done. Brazilians are so hot and passionate in their
interactions, which can be a problem when they whip out the pizzazz
in other countries. ...
... the late evening. The seas are: 1 to 1.5 metres, increasing to 1.5 to 2 metres offshore south of Point Lookout. Swell: Southerly around 1 metre. Weather: Partly cloudy. 40% chance of showers. The chance of a thunderstorm late this afternoon and evening. I am feeling the joy that children feel at Christmas or just before they hop on their first ...
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... fun too. In the middle of the night we went with a small boat on the tiny lake haha Today we had a persimmon and water fight with one of the guys was funny! We have a lot of freedom here can work when we want and finish when we want :) The work is almost finished here and we are again looking for farm work... We have something in the loop have to see if we get the job it's packing fruit. ...
... wedges acompaniment) went down very well. Will opted for a barbeque base on the pizza that he was sharing with Connor. It was soon time to head up the coast to Surfers Paradise. We found somewhere to park and made our way past the huge buildings (including the Q1, the tallest building in the Southern Hemisphere when measured to the top of its spire) to the seafront. Stalls were set up along the esplanade and tens of thousands of people, many of ...