Best Western Hotel Caicara
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... know and Ella is slowly gaining confidence to be able to ask for the food she likes...along with a few manners too of course!
Evenings were spent with the kids playing monopoly and with us chilling on the hammocks and talking into the night with Tia. Very fond memories...
It was a very teary farewell for us all. In such a short time our two families had become so close. We really appreciated this simple way of life and the family's warmth,affection and ...
... slower and louder in a desperate attempt to get the message through. Connor is trying especially hard to communicate...he even adds a portuguese accent when speaking in English to a Brazilian...Grant thinks he sounds like Count Dracula from Sesame Street!
So there you have it...we are being extremely well looked after and will no doubt come home a little cuddlier and curvier than when we left!
... br> I am going to ask some people questions :
1.Nikita are you doing the diaries
2. Miss King what page in maths am I supposed to be on?
3.Lucy are you still doing handstands and cart wheels?
4. Jaide who are you playing with and tell Lauren that in Rio that monster highs where $100
5. Everyone DO YOU MISS ...
... you. We were charmed with it all and were probably the only Aussie visitors they will have had. We celebrated Tiffs 40th birthday there spending the morning on a beach which was a long as the eye could see and we had it all to ourselves. The water was beautiful and tropically warm and a nice relief to the heat of the day. We had lunch in the village café which is on the verandah of one of the locals house where he usually feeds ...
During the weekend my family, my 2 uncles Hugo and Duda, their wives and their nephew Phillipe and I went camping at Barra Do Mamaguape. We had to go on a three hour road trip!!! On the way we stopped for Tapioca (a traditional food from North East Brazil) on the old country road, I had my usual bacon and cheese with a can of my Brazilian favourite soft drink, Guaraną. When we got there it was really hot so went to the ...