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... the end of our beers and thinking about heading home, as we watched some angry storm clouds close in from the mountains on both sides and pour over the city. It was fun to watch their domineering draw in around us and so so exciting when the thunder and lightning started. We don't really get fork lightning at home, and on this occasion it was happening literally right in front of us, so I was reacting to the flashes of light and claps of thunder with the ...
In my last entry I wrote of my arrival and short stay at a heavily American hostel in Vila Madalena. On Wednesday morning I moved in with my host family, who live in the beautiful bairro of Perdizes. To give you a feel for how nice this neighborhood is, there is an inconspicuous café a couple blocks from my apartment where celebrities and footballers are regularly spotted. Apparently just a couple weeks ago my host Dad, Élcio, saw Paulinho, a Corinthians player who's leaving ...