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I woke up feeling pretty much the same as yesterday. I guess one tablet isn't going to do much to help me. I got back into my routine. I'm going back to work today.
It was of to BK21. I only had one student. Conveniently the one who had just come home form his holiday's in the USA. I spent the whole class speaking to him and realised pretty quickly that he didn't speak much (if any) english in the States. He stayed with Brazilians and I guess they did all the ...
It was time to head back to Belo Horizonte today. I enjoyed my time in the bush, it was nice to get out of the city for a while, but I'm ready to be back in the big smoke now. I've developed a throat infection over the last few days that is really hurting today, so first mission when I get back is the farmacy to pick up some antibiotics.
We managed to get a lift back to town with Marco's cousin who happened to be driving back today. It was cheaper than the bus ...
... it when my portuguese is a little better. I could be potentially endangeing people, which isn't cool. It was however, nice to know the option is there.
When the gym closed we all went to get ice cream. I overloaded a little to much I think and my amount of icecream cost about twice as much as everyone elses. Oh well, I deserved it.
... was having a party tonight, so I was invited to that. It was in an area called zona norte (the northern suburbs) which I had yet to visit. We went first to pick up another one of Deborah's friends and then headed to the bar where everyone was. It was super fun. I ate a lot, I drank a lot, and spoke portuguese all night. It went well, and her friends are all super cool. I ended up getting home pretty late, after a long, tiring but awesome ...
... it turns out that teaching English is pretty easy, but I don't have to speak at all in Portuguese, and it's just a matter of following some exercises in a book. I basically coach him through, while he picks up occasional new words and I reinforce them through the lesson.
As he was my first student, and I'm going to be teaching him for a while, I got him to tell me about his life, work, family etc. I'm excited to keep teaching, I think it's gonna be pretty fun.