Ibis Joao Pessoa
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... Grant had been hanging out for a couple of beers to drink while watching the matches. The closest he got, while watching Belgium vs USA, was an espresso coffee and a biscuit!
A highlight of this visit was going to see my old friend Lea. She had been the maid at the house 22 years ago and I remember being intrigued by her lifestyle and amazed by her cooking. She would make Cocada (a heavenly coconut fudge) from coconuts and Din Dins (ice blocks) from the left ...
... shared passion for soccer, smiling, giggling and goofing around. He even has a Brazilian nickname 'Pimentinho' which means Little Pepper...I think it totally fits Reid! (hot and fiery, a great accompaniment but on occasion can give you the sh*ts) Everyone has seen a huge improvement in Papai's health and general attitude since our invasion.
Our Brazilian mum (Mamae) is amazing. She is 68 but has the energy of ...
Part 2 of Camping Brazilian style
In the morning after breakfast at baha de mammaguppie we walked in really hot weather all the way to a Peixe- boi( doogong) museum where we Learnt about Peixe- boi's but It was in Portuguese so we couldn't understand. It was so hot. After we Learnt about the Peixe- boi's being a protected mammal we went on a boat trip ...
Last week we were busy relaxing into a routine in Campina Grande. The boys have joined in a Brazilian Jujitsu class with their ‘uncle’ Hugo, so 3 days a week they go along and train. The girls and I go for a walk around the big lake in the middle of the city while they wrestle and use up all of their energy. The usual day is; up for breakfast then a few hours of ‘school’ which has met with varying measures ...
... much as it was in Portuguese but the pictures were pretty cool. It is like a dugong and there are not many of them left so they are trying to protect them. We went on a boat ride to go see one. I was lucky enough to see one right up close.Another boat took us across the inlet where we stopped halfway on a sandbank for a swim. We went further up the river to an Indian village where we had lunch. It was ...