Quality Hotel Afonso Pena
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When I came home from work, I realised that everyone in the house had thrown out all of my food from the fridge (presumably because it went off while I was away). This annoyed me. I purposely bought un ripe veggies so they would still be good when I got home. I planned for this. Not happy Jan.
I got a pleasant surprise tonight when Martyn finally called me and I got to chat to him for a bit. Turns out that he is now an Australian. Best day ever.
... When it was my turn to see the triage nurse, she opened her door and scanner the room for the gringo, who was sitting in the front. She couldn't pronounce my name, assumed it would be some foreigner and just pointed at me. She assessed me, gave me my green (low to medium priority) wristband and we went and sat back down.
After seeing the Triage, I was told it would be a 3 hour wait. I didn't want to stay. They spelled my name wrong on my wristband too. I ...
... 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.
... planning. I had sports and gringo stuff covered, the Brazilians did the rest. I was with Bianca, Daniel, Rafaella, Deborah, Amanda, Lucas, Yamin
Good mix of foreigners and Brazilians. Actaully not really. Yamin (French) and I were teh only foreigners in our team. But we are knowledgeable foreigners.
I drank a lot, ate a lot and really wanted to order a meat pie. It turns out there werent any. I proceeded to talk to the manager regarding this issue and he promised ...
The girls invited me to their business conference this morning, so I got up early, put on my nicest clothes, borrowed Paulo's entry pass and went along with them. I was now a project manager named paulo. I expected it to be a hugely intense fancy conference with thousands of people listening to what all of the different presenters had to say but in reality, it was quite a ...