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... the only one on the bus. I’m sure it was not cost effective for this big bus to be driving one person into the city, but I wasn’t complaining. About a half hour later we arrived at the Bom Preço supermarket where Maria was supposed to meet me.
I was there about ten minutes early and I noticed there was a Subway next to the supermarket so I grabbed a bite to eat while I waited. I noticed that this is not ...
... at the yearbook, reliving lots of memories. We talked about everyone back home and I gave them updates. We talked about Erin and her volleyball career, Connor and the soccer team, the Netters, the Koomens, all the soccer boys, Jacki, Shayla, and everyone from church, my family, Marissa, Fabio, Gabriele, teachers, and everyone back home. Diogo showed me his school books and we talked about preparing for big tests. He showed me some photos he took, and I showed him ...
... as to what this local nutter was going to do. Thankfully he just joined us for a photo but the look in his eyes suggested he was on his way to pick up his shotgun. Not too worry, we were heading for our next attraction, a local juice bar.
The juice bar was where things deteriorated even more, if possible. Pedro's attempt at asking for a show of hands for who wants what flavour of juice was a farce; although not helped by Grafite grabbing two different ...
... showed us round, we even got to see the showers and go on the grass!! A good day for Baafie.
Yesterday we met our new neighbours, an older French couple living in Belgium(!).
Today we did the most touristy thing imaginable, they went for a tour guide and asked us to join in. We walked through town and learned a lot about the years and dates and the awful awful portuguese who tortured the poor slaves here and the independence trololo.
The burning sun tired us out and ...