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... Grant had been hanging out for a couple of beers to drink while watching the matches. The closest he got, while watching Belgium vs USA, was an espresso coffee and a biscuit!
A highlight of this visit was going to see my old friend Lea. She had been the maid at the house 22 years ago and I remember being intrigued by her lifestyle and amazed by her cooking. She would make Cocada (a heavenly coconut fudge) from coconuts and Din Dins (ice blocks) from the left ...
... all our birthdays here. There was a beautiful chocolate cake and traditional sweet and savoury treats and of course a rendition of happy birthday in Portuguese. It is to the same tune as ours but none of the words seem to quite fit but was very sweet the extended family all together clapping and belting it out for us. We all enjoyed our combined Brazilian birthday party.
The kids are doing really well with ...
... 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 ...
... a strong football theme. Then we had too much cake at a patisserie in the afternoon. Lucky it was jui jitshu training afterwards.
All our plans for the World Cup are coming together. The country is still not happy with the amount of money spent on stadiums when the health and education systems are a shambles so it will be interesting to see if it changes when the first whistle finally blows.
Hope you are all well. We are!
... much as it was in Portuguese but the pictures were pretty cool. It is like a dugong and there are not many of them left so they are trying to protect them. We went on a boat ride to go see one. I was lucky enough to see one right up close.Another boat took us across the inlet where we stopped halfway on a sandbank for a swim. We went further up the river to an Indian village where we had lunch. It was ...