Liberty Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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When I came home from work, I realised that everyone in the house had thrown out all of my food from the fridge (presumably because it went off while I was away). This annoyed me. I purposely bought un ripe veggies so they would still be good when I got home. I planned for this. Not happy Jan.
I got a pleasant surprise tonight when Martyn finally called me and I got to chat to him for a bit. Turns out that he is now an Australian. Best day ever.
... an Ice cream shop on the other side of town where her friend agreed to take a look at me. After some small talk, the doctor took and icecream spoon to push my tongue down and instantly whipped out her prescription pad (which she carries around with her everywhere) Amazing!
I needed my antibiotics now so we went to the nearest 24 hour pharmacy. It wasn't 2 seconds after I got my drugs that I ate them. Please make me better.
Worst night sleep ever....
... in the gym. Not bad for having nearly 2 years off. I tried the hardest route afterwards but it was pretty hard, especially after a bit of climbing and a full afternoon of belaying.
I got chatting to one of the guys working there and got offered a job after I showed him how well I climbed. I kept it as an option, but decided that I would be more ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: normal;">We took a quick drive into the biggest favela in BH to take some quick photos, before we came home and made more brigadeiro with the ingredients that I had from last time. Lets see how long this batch lasts. 5 days is the record.
First day of work today!
I arrived, and Marcio was a little late so I waited around until he arrived. It's fine though, he's Brazilian, and I've started to adapt to their occasional tardiness. We talked over my contract for an hour and chatted a bit in Portuguese before my student finally rocked up. He was about 15 minutes late too. But again, he's Brazilian so it is now becoming a bit of an expectation for me. I still worked with him for about an hour.