Ibis Joao Pessoa
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... know and Ella is slowly gaining confidence to be able to ask for the food she likes...along with a few manners too of course!
Evenings were spent with the kids playing monopoly and with us chilling on the hammocks and talking into the night with Tia. Very fond memories...
It was a very teary farewell for us all. In such a short time our two families had become so close. We really appreciated this simple way of life and the family's warmth,affection and ...
... 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 ...
... church in it. My brothers and I found some coconuts and tried to open them. I gave up and went for a swim. There were bricks and some concrete pieces in the sea! There's nothing like that at Terrigal beach!
The next place we went to was a little riverbank restaurant. We had Rice,crab sauce, shrimps, fish sauce, and BBQ fish and guarana which is ...
... to a sleepy fishing village called Barra do Mamanguape, where the Mamanguape river meets the South Atlantic Ocean. It is not on the tourist trail… yet, but with this kind of promotional material (Facebook Sua Casa na Barra) its only a matter of time. Oh and along with a much needed upgrade to the 40km dirt bumpy road that takes over an hour to travel. All amenities are basic so if its 5 star you are after this is probably ...
... of fish, crab, shrimp and pippies with Guaraną of course.It was time to leave Barra de Mamaguape and head back to Campina. The next day was Reids birthday (my brother). He got some cool Brazil football stuff and we went out for afternoon tea to a cafe called Fresh Cake. It was delicious fresh cake. The next few days we are hanging out in Campina so I will let you know what I get up to in my next blog. See you soon Connor