Clarion Hotel Lourdes
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 ...
... with the people in Mendoza in Argentina, had made its way onto the internet. It is here for your viewing pleasure:
My student arrived a little early which was nice so I had my one hour class with him, before the rain started. He was super nice to detour away from where he lives to drop me off at home.
First day legally in Brasil again- Success.
... 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 ...
... professor, but I ended up meeting them at Stadt Jever, a bar in town, and going out to dinner with them at a churrasco in town.
It was portuguese overload for my little brain to comprehend, but luckily most of them spoke English so it was easy enough for me to strike up a conversation with one or more of them :) it started raining like nothing i'm used to in BH so we jumped in a cab and headed home ...