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... our Portuguese. Nonetheless, we found our little cabin rooms thanks to the "bossman", and settled into the entirely peaceful, relaxed, hammock-style environment for the week ahead, beginning with dinner at the Pousada, and an hour or so of watching Portuguese 'You've been Framed'; apparently the same video typed misfortunes cause similar humour the world round. A highly entertaining close to the day, in our exhausted travel stupor. ...
... found another source although he had to pay double. I wasn´t to fussed about the issue and just put it down to these kind of things happening in Brasil.
Given how annoyed most of the hostel guests were at this inconvenice it wasn´t ideal waking up to breakfast being served late the following day.
After a full day on the beach I got back to the hostel for my last night. As I was heading to Rio the following night for ...
... kids had to do the same thing and I totally remember scooching back onto the carpet and the teacher not remembering that I was supposed to be in trouble. I also remember some kid trying to rat me out. How weird is it that I remember that. I could give probably 50 examples but I won´t. Then I started thinking about how easily your life could be different then the one you lead now or even how lucky you are to even exist. My dad was the next in line ...
I meet up with Ricardo and his friends on the beach. They said they were going to the Carnaval activities but by late afternoon I give up on them and go to the city solo. I have been told that Brazilians have difficulty in planning. They think I am crazy for going alone. I go to what is called a bloco party. It turns out to be a large crowd congregating around their favorite bloco. It is virtually all afro-Brazilian which makes my gringoness stand out even more. Small ...
... October a lot easier. For my b-day, I will be going to Cabo Frio (beach town) with a girl from France named Élodie. She is working as a nanny for one of the French families here in Macaé. She's so awesome, I really like her. I've been practicing my French so much with her, she's been a great help. In return, I help her with English and Portuguese. We're gonna go make some trouble this weekend. I'll come here and tell you all about it (with pictures of course). Tchau for ...