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... table tells us there are free tickets at the Teatro La Paz, very close, for the concert tonight, Harp and Piano! So I went to stand in the line to get some tickets together with other hostel guests. In the evening, we were all there, and discovered a lovely old renovated theatre! The concert was, how could I say, family style. The two artists had fun to play, the harpist was a funny older lady smiling all the time! In the audience, lots of families and mothers with ...
... aft gangway, so we walked through the crew quarters (wider hallways, smaller rooms!) to the aft of the ship. We waited there 10 minutes and got on a tender. They told us the trip to the pier would be about 30 minutes, but it was only about 15 minutes. We got off the tender, walked up about 20 steps to the street, down the street about 100 feet through a very ripe-smelling market to our tour bus. Once we were on the bus, it was an hour ride to Belem ...
... for a beer - the cheapest so far at 3reals for 650mls at the fishermans bar next to the fort.
The fort built in 1616 had lots of guns and cannon balls but not much else.
Next on the agenda was the animal park - jaguars, parrots, toucan and best of all a mother sloth with baby.
... set up a table in front and ordered a beer. We had Brahma, 600ml bottles for R$4.00 each. (In Brazil, you buy a large bottle and get several small cups, the bottle stays in a plastic "coozy" to keep it cold and the cups are small so they too don't have time to warm up.) We hung out and played Truco, a Brazilian card game almost similar to Euchre but with cheating being part of the game. As it turned out, the Americans were better than the Brazileiros at ...
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got love for you all. and im so excited to come back to the place where i dont feel like a foreigner. my time away has allowed me to appreciate my country and my people and my language a lot more than i thought would happen. so what, we got a problems, everyone and every place does, but the cool thing is that we always have the potencial to something about it. see you all soon
love to everyone and every place and every thing