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... and potent local liquers.
We spent a couple of days soaking up the atmosphere of the Sao Joao festival, marked by an impressive amount of colourful bunting, musical performances and a disproportionate number of weirdos on the streets. Sao Luis is also Brazil's reggae capital and really came to life in the evening with plastic tables filling the sidewalks and a live performance on every street corner.
Onward journey to Manaus.
... Chinese food. Kristan didn't eat hers, so we gave it to a homeless pregnant lady. Then back to Via Mundo to do the conference. We were with people from Africa and various states in the USA. After that was over, a few of us went to the mall to go see a movie. We saw the same movie as last week. I love it so much! (If you don't know what I'm talking about, go read the previous blog!)
Today I am going to a birthday party for a friend from ...
We've left home by car & went to walk trough the centre of the so called Old Downtown. We were a group of six. We parked our car somewhere next to the MHAM (Museu Histórico e Artístico do Maranhão), a museum that shows a bit of the black culture and the punishments they use to suffer when there were lots of slaves around here. (a long, long time ago). Next we walked down lots of tight streets and reached Creativity ...
... had a big touch of aggression. in 1,5 hours i saw 4 police operations, people getting arrested, one man bleeding, well, not the carnaval that I was searching for.
i decided to move on, and that decision was great, due to the things that happened afterwards.
anyway, i met some great and lovely people there. it is definitely worth to go there (maybe not for carnaval)
peace, são luís.
... and then Sao Luis for a final night before flying back to Rio, for me to catch up with the lovely Lindsay, who I had met in Africa, during the last world tour and with whom I had travelled in Mozambique, and for Lucy to meet up with her brother and ultimately for us to go our separate ways.
Having had a bad haircut in Buenos Aires, where hairdressers have no idea how to cut women’s hair short, because every female porteno has a mane ...