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Sunday: Today, we took a family (minus Diogo) trip to Salvador and it was awesome! After getting ready for the day, we dropped Didi off at church and he also had a photo shoot to do today, and then he was going to stay with his volleyball team at a hotel because they have their national competition and will be playing other teams from different states. Luckily for us, the games are actually in Lauro de Freitas, so we can watch all of them. Our big thing for today was going to Salvador. ...
... superior team and remain competitive; we don't have to post up on defense and be conservative in order to keep a game close. That in and of itself is exciting. We'd also seen the promise of our next generation in standout performances from 20-year-old DeAndre Yedlin and 19-year-old Julian Green. And our veterans like Tim Howard and Michael Bradley showed us yet again why we love them. Who knows what could have happened if Jozy Altidore (our star ...
... or heading to a class. Rabu, particularly, melted my heart every time he found me, at some point almost daily, sat by my feet and placed his paw in my hand to hold. There were also the folks trickling into and out of town from the hippie village down the road, generally with either impressive lifetime's growth of dreadlocks, a guitar, a fishing rod, or all of the above. Ari did manage to play music almost daily with Mestre Orehla and several afternoons Noa ...
... sauce. It was interesting to try but it would take me a few tries to get used to it! We also witnessed Capoeira - a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics and music (Wikipedia, 2014 :P ). This was initially a way for the African slaves to practice their own form of martial arts without the government fearing an uprising.
We went to a fantastic Jazz night at a local museum with Jodie, Helen, Dmitry (Russian/Canadian), Susanne ...
... br> After 4 busy days neutering we had a ‘day off’ to treat the ex-street dogs that had
been rescued and rehomed by Claudia and Margaret. This included a nail pull
injury, (the poor dog couldn’t have timed it better!) and a challenging ear
flush. In the afternoon we headed over by boat to the island of Itaparica, a
place of weekend homes and palm tree lined beaches. Checking into the hotel we
then had the chance for a well-deserved ...