Belo Horizonte Othon Palace Hotel
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I woke up feeling pretty much the same as yesterday. I guess one tablet isn't going to do much to help me. I got back into my routine. I'm going back to work today.
It was of to BK21. I only had one student. Conveniently the one who had just come home form his holiday's in the USA. I spent the whole class speaking to him and realised pretty quickly that he didn't speak much (if any) english in the States. He stayed with Brazilians and I guess they did all the ...
... my passport to copy exactly, and they still got it wrong... How good is the medical care going to be here if they can't do the most simple task correctly?
Deborah called one of her friends who has a friend who knows someone who is a doctor and luckily had some time to see me unofficially. That does it. I'm out of this place. 20 minutes waiting in a Brazilian hospital was the extent of my patience. I got very very lucky.
So we got in the car and ...
... it when my portuguese is a little better. I could be potentially endangeing people, which isn't cool. It was however, nice to know the option is there.
When the gym closed we all went to get ice cream. I overloaded a little to much I think and my amount of icecream cost about twice as much as everyone elses. Oh well, I deserved it.
I had work today at 12 at BK21 to make up for the class that we missed yesterday. It was a simple class that basically discussed what was happening with everyone over the holiday period.Afterwards I went to the office to drop off the evaluation sheets from yesterday's evaluation to Márcio. We went through them together and to e called all of the candidates to talk to then and get his ...
... in for free. I also got to skip the line, which was good cuz I nearly ****** my pants waiting.
We met up with some more guys inside, and ended up chatting to them for a while. It was full of gay people like everything here in Brazil and again like everywhere else in brazil there were lines for everything. We waited nearly 20 minutes for a beer, and the line wasn't even moving so we decided to go to a bar called "A obra" where Camila works, till about 5am. Way more ...