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... with anything else, they actually enjoy the food and the people they are with. This is something that is seriously wrong with Western Culture.
An hour after we finished eating, we decided to leave and get Acai. I'd like to thank Brazil for this addiction. Even here in Brazil it has become and expensive habit, how I am I supposed to maintain this when I get back to Australia, where the berry doesn't even grow?
We made our way to an acai place ...
... was already there, along with Lucas. R$20 for all I could drink? Sure thing. I met a lot of people there, including a Spanish couple (I don't speak nearly any Spanish anymore), a Belgian guy, and a bunch of Brazilians.
The guy who organised the Couchsurfing event was a cool guy who took a particular fancy to Daniel... A little later on English Richard and his Syrian girlfriend Eva arrived which ...
... avoided the worst of it. As soon as I walked in the door, the most insanely insane rain that I have ever seen in my life hit my neighbourhood and then the most hectic hail storm ever soon followed. I actually heard my building creaking...
The hail storm lasted 3 minutes before completely disappearing without a trace. Unbelievable. As i soon discoved from a bunch of photos on facebook, the storm did some serious damage, knocking over a bunch of ...
... 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.
Today I went to a party in Praca de Liberdade called trance, with all of the same people from last night. It was basically a huge outdoor party with drinking and dancing, mixed in between carnival games and a book fair. Kinda random. Very hipster.
Anyway there was about 2000 people here and I will reinforce again, that Brazilians know how to party, and it wouldn't be a party without beer. We all started drinking again, pretty early in ...