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... of wholesome looking lads agreed to escort
me because of the “traffic”, drugs, and because it was deserted. Against advice
walked back too.
Was ready to sit out in the balmy streets and do some people
watching/beer bottle emptying – several of pavement cafes but well outnumbered
by vendors selling 3 tiny cans of poor beer.
... t speak English, didn't have a record of our reservation, and didn't know where our room/apartment was. The hotel itself, which was pretty spooky at night, was an old apartment building that was converted to a hotel with a couple of apartment rooms, of which we had one, room 401. The man at the front desk took us on an unintended tour of the whole building, up and down stairways, down dark halls, up and down more ...
Yesterday and today we spent in Salvador - an old (1600s) city with lots of charm. It is very hot and humid (after a 20 minute stroll at 7:30 in the morning, I needed a shower) so I opted for a bus tour of the city. Not really a bus - a small van with Brian and Scott in jump seats in the back and me squeezed into the middle of the back seat with our tour guide and a Melissa McCarthy look-alike from Australia. The guide ...
... for the most part. It was a little intimidating at first, but I realized I can't change the fact that I don't speak Portuguese. I have invested A LOT of time and money into learning a second language which doesn't happen to be the one that is most beneficial for me here. I just hope that when decisions are being made about grades, they take into account that I came here with pretty much 0 Portuguese. I'm just going to do the best I can.
It also ...
... I began spreading the word to other folks who were in the
audience that weren’t aware that they were up to no good. Then a huge
older guy came up next to me and just stood there. I expect he was the
leader of the pack. He never looked at me though. Just stood stone faced
looking at the stage but not really into the music. I got bored with
the game and walked down the steps and back to the bar for beers and a
recounting of my adventure ...