Serrana Palace Hotel
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... with anything else, they actually enjoy the food and the people they are with. This is something that is seriously wrong with Western Culture.
An hour after we finished eating, we decided to leave and get Acai. I'd like to thank Brazil for this addiction. Even here in Brazil it has become and expensive habit, how I am I supposed to maintain this when I get back to Australia, where the berry doesn't even grow?
We made our way to an acai place ...
... was already there, along with Lucas. R$20 for all I could drink? Sure thing. I met a lot of people there, including a Spanish couple (I don't speak nearly any Spanish anymore), a Belgian guy, and a bunch of Brazilians.
The guy who organised the Couchsurfing event was a cool guy who took a particular fancy to Daniel... A little later on English Richard and his Syrian girlfriend Eva arrived which ...
... really really early tomorrow.
I was obviously frustrated and pretty worried because my visa expires tomorrow, meaning that if I canīt get this situation sorted Iīll be an illegal as of Thursday... Brasil is one of the coutries I wouldnīt be too keen on getting locked up in. Turns out being illegal in Brasil isnīt actually too much of a big deal. You get a slap on the wrist and have to pay a fine, but if I can avoid it, Iīm not gonna be illegal here. ...
... and Portuguese. I'm learning Spanish and Portuguese, Daniel is learning Spanish, and Shany is learning English. It definitely made for an interesting day of communication.
I was hungry, so was Daniel, and with a Mexican food truck in the middle of the fair, we opted for tacos. What a terrible error that was. I waited about an hour, Dan waited at least half an hour longer. There were a lot of people there, I get that, but seriously. ...
... sat my down for baked fish and veggies. Ahh Brasil. After lunch, she insisted I watch some TV. My Portuguese really isnīt good enough to be having conversations yet, but I tried my best and we understood each other for about 30 minutes of me struggling to find words.
I came back to the hostel and studied some more, before cooking dinner and heading off to ...