Quality Hotel Afonso Pena
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... We to the local market- Centrdo Mercado to have a look around. The market sold everything from spices, to household items to Animals!!!! The market sold lots of birds, chickens, roosters, fish and puppies ! We wanted to buy them all, it was very sad to see them all couped up in cages in a local market.
We met up with friends and went to explore Inhotim open-air museum which was amazing, the sun ...
... thing to your table and cook the meat right in front of you and then serve it to you while it is still super hot. Couple this meat with rice, hot chips, salad, and farofa and you have a feast.
Once we had all eaten until we were full, Amanda's fiance Lucas arrived and quickly finished off the rest of the food that we didn't eat. One of the cool things, that i have mentioned before, is that when Brazilians eat, they don't touch their phones, they ...
I got picked up by Rafaella in the morning because I was going to help her hand out some presents at an orphanage in Pampulha. We started the day by heading to her work to pick up her friends and colleagues. The more help the better. The next step was where I got involved, and we went to her aunties house to pick up santa costume. Yep, I was playing Santa today.
... and Legs and Shoulders. Anyway after my first session I was ruined. I could hardly move my arms. I guess that's what I should have come to expect after so long without consistent exercise.
I did some more English study. I now have only about 2 hours left before this TEFL is done with and forgotten about forever! In the night, I just hung out with the boys in the apartment and we drank a few ...
... with all the amenities that implies, yet with a small town feel. It has its own unique and delicious cuisine. It has a choice of language schools (there are surprisingly few places in Brazil to learn Portuguese outside of Rio and Sao Paulo), and the added benefit of not many people speaking English. Finally, it is in a region with a tradition of luthiering (guitar making).
On Sunday we met up with the luthier who is making a guitar for Paul, Lucio and ...