Max Savassi Apart Service
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Today we got up early, had breakfast at Isabel's house and were in Barão de Cocais for a workshop by 9am... a great bunch of teachers and we had a fun with them.
Tod gave a really nice talk, and we ended with a few activities.
The drive back was spectacular.
I caught the bus up to Pampulha again today, where Deborah came to pick me up for lunch. Her Mum was cooking today, which meant more home cooked food!
She made feijao tropeiro, with fruit and vegetables, rice and meatballs.
Deborah spent some time making a delicious brigadeiro like desert which she ...
... and poles in addition to more random damage through the city.
Deborah picked me up for trivia but because of the chaos from the storm, the roads were destroyed and blocked by a number of trees, and traffic was moving very slow. After a few changes in route, and a number of detours, we finally made it. A little late but still in time for the trivia to start... This is Brasil remember, nothing starts on time.
We reunited the same lucky ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: normal;">On the walk back to Rafaella's car, we stopped by praça da savassi and stumbled upon a musical puppet show, presumably for kids, but it didnt stop us from standing around and listening. It was actually really good. And very unexpected. And then I soon realised it was part of the Christmas celebrations that the city had been putting on. This city knows how to party.
... I also met a pretty well respected police man here, who went to the favela to buy drugs during the middle of the day. Only in Brazil.
It was a really fun day. There were drum circles and people dancing around, people with slack lines, people playing guitars, people playing games, people dancing around and "expressing themselves" obviously on drugs.
The buildings surrounding the Praca, got absolutely invaded by people. They ...