Royal Golden Hotel
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... Belo Horizonte, we traveled to Ouro Preto, a small town with lots of churches and museums... Here we went to a Science & Rock Museum and explored some churches, overall we weren't too impressed with the small town but would have been much more enjoyable if we had a guide- everything was in Portuguese and we couldn't understand even the descriptions !!!
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... the road, where I ordered a huge bowl packed full of goodies, and it was probably the most delicious thing I've ever eaten. Afterwards, I literally couldn't move. I had eaten way too much food but luckily all I had to do was sit in the car on the way home.
We passed the main avenue in town to be greeted by hundreds of people celebrating Carnaval in a closed off section of the street and it hasn't even started yet! Apparently Carnaval here in BH is going to be ...
Some more of her colleagues were coming to help out, but they were insanely late. Like not even Brazilian late, just late, which meant I was sitting around in a hot as **** santa costume for an hour longer than I needed to. A family drove past while i was in costume and it seemed like they were pretty well off, and making the most of what ...
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I also got curious to see how my Portugueses was, so I did a test just to see. The test took about 45 minutes and was pretty comprehensive. I ended up getting 74% which is far better than I thought I would do. Again out of curiosity, I did another one to see how much Spanish ive forgotten, and it turns out that even though I confuse the two languages like crazy when I speak them, I still got 90% ...
... liked the outfits of a group that all wore pink crocheted berets. They took turns to sing, dance and drum in front of an altar in the middle of the street. There were food and drink stalls and stalls selling clothes and crafts. Entry to the festival was by donation of 1 kilogram of dried food per person (we took a bag of rice and a bag of beans) to be distributed later to people who need it.
There are so many cultural events going on here all the time, of ...