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Ok so today was the last chance to start trying to sort out stuff out for the wedding. We started the day by picking up our suits which was a bit more of an endeavor than we had all expected. We had already tried on our suits and been fitted, but we had to do it again for fun I guess. And as a reminder of how good we are going to look tomorrow.
Jess has organized for everyone to meet in the Praca de Liberdade again. Some of ...
bars, beers were served all day so we got together and downed a few. We had a few things to do at the shopping centre so we went to the mall and looked for some stuff for the wedding.
Sam got bobs burgers and while he was ordering, the whole store, of about 9 people, came to stare at us and listen to our English (presumably). Maybe they have never seen people with blue eyes and funny accents before. Anyway, while we were sitting down, the manager (lets call ...
I had a chore to do today! Yay. Not that it was difficult at all, but it was my job to take Alex's family and friends to the market. They all had different ideas of stuff that they wanted to buy so I was just playing tour guide for the morning. Not that I really knew how to tour guide around the market, the place is an absolute labyrinth.
Alex messaged me this morning telling me to meet him at Vera's place but when I arrived he wasn't even there. Apparently he had run off to do some chores or something so I sat on the couch with Rod watching house. I ate some lunch with Jess's family who were extremely hospitable despite neither Alex or Jess being home. 6 hours later when Alex finally arrived we walked back to Savassi again and picked up some more of Jess's dresses.
... of the film), queue for your ticket (which is given out 30 minutes before the film) and enjoy. There was also a 35 hour "marathon" where they showed all films one after the other with a free breakfast thrown in, but I'm not sure how many people would have made it through that. The audience attrition rate in Barry Lyndon (Kubrick's three hour adaptation of a Thackeray novel) suggested that most people were more accustomed to his pacier efforts.
A film ...