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... to Pelourinho for the Tuesday night party someone had told us about. There were people drinking at bars in the street but not many, until we found a bar whose back entrance lead out to a large courtyard with a fully equipped stage and booming sound system. There were three dj's playing dubby, tropical bass sounds, and scratching over this badly (a common occurrence in Brazil clearly - they need Jerome Hill back). Annoyingly this ended after about half an hour ...
... the barber's hand, we headed for the next stop on Pedro's not so magical mystery tour.
We weaved in and out of narrow streets, confused looking locals couldn't understand why their Friday afternoon game of dominoes over a few beers was being interrupted by a large group of tourists. Pedro eventually stopped at our next destination, a car park, a car park in the place of what used to be a building with more greenery growing around it. The space was just ...
... Animal was very quickly drawing to an end. Once again based in
Abrantes we visited the favelas, and discussed with the people the benefits of
what we were doing. Although initially apprehensive once the first few animals
came back looking no different to how they left except a small clipped patch
word soon spread and we could have spent many more weeks here helping out. 4
cat spays and 3 ***** spays later and we were done, neutering a total of ...
... accompanied the Canberra into port in a blaze of glory. It made us all proud to be British.
The talk was all the more interesting for the fact that the Captain had spoken for over an hour with no prompt notes or script, the sign of a true orator.
Once the talk was over, to tumultuous applause, we stayed in the theatre to listen to the next lecture, which was given by crime historian ...
... was in her final year of school. As they described it, they were suffering because of the lack of schooling. When asked what they were doing to stay on track with their studies they said “nothing”. It was not the general practice to study outside of school; they help their mothers around the house and also to care for their younger siblings.
We encouraged them to think about ways in which they can become more self-reliant. ...