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... to once again tease the Mexicans. And since they were so well received at the last Mexico game, we were looking forward to more reactions. We got to the metro station in Recife and decided we still had some time to kill and figured we should at least walk around a bit in Recife to see what it was like. Well it was as expected...total chaos! There were so many people in the streets it was overwhelming. And for some unknown reason, there were like ...
... the west African religion of the slaves and it also included a demonstration of capoeira. It was a bright and colour full display of the word hoppers and several of the different gods that are represented by different colours. The women of the group,especially enjoyed the part of the show were the very athletic young males came out dressed in front and back loin clothes and proceeded to leap about the stage. Sadly no photos or videos we're allowed during any of the ...
... statuettes and the Flintstone car.
Eventually we headed back down the hill, exited the vans, and waited for our bus. Just as we were about to board the bus, Vlad started yelling"Wait! Wait! We have to get back in the vans!" Like good little sheep, once again we scrambled back and forth along the sidewalk until a van with available seats pulled up near where we happened to be walking. We were fortunate to have Vlad in our van so we asked him where we ...
... grading and hauling dirt dug up from the water cistern. We also prepped rooms for mortar. After an incredible lunch prepared by the the ladies of the church, we took a break and and spent time with the children before heading back to the community center to work for the ...
... but cannot understand why they seem to want to engage me in conversation when I don’t speak Portuguese. Little did I know this would become a common theme.
Finally we arrive in Recife. I am so exhausted that I cannot even count if we have everyone. At this point, I think I’m too tired to even care. I am in serious need of sleep, it has been more than 24 hours since we left the church. I’m not even sure how many hours ...