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... another amazing cook Ju Ju, and their son, Eduardo - Du du for short. The boys loved having more team mates for their football team. When the boys were playing football Ella and I would walk and talk on the beach or she would happily create beach art...the simple things. The beach is pretty much deserted apart from some local fishermen who trawl the shores for fish and shrimps to feed their families. They don't get enough to sell for a living so they are ...
... filled with fruit and chocolate...everything to make us feel as comfortable and as spoiled as possible!
My Brazilian father (papai) had major heart surgery in March this year. When we arrived he was looking quite pale and frail. Our family has certainly brought a lot of energy and fun to the house. He is especially fond of Reid and his cheeky personality. They have managed to bridge the language gap ...
... them. We saw one and it looked like a big poo! It was sick so there were some vets looking after it. Then we went on another boat and set out with other people from the camping ground and went to a part that felt like we were in the middle of the river. It was a sand bank. We stopped for a play in the warm water. Next stop was a little village with ...
... Not so sure either Tiff or I are cut out for the teacher type. By the time we cajole them to do a few pages of maths and a spelling list it is time for lunch. As lunch is the main meal of the day, the early afternoon usually consists of a game of cards or something similarly quiet, in the heat of the day with a full belly, and then an activity of some sort later to run off some energy.
On the weekend we headed over to ...
... much as it was in Portuguese but the pictures were pretty cool. It is like a dugong and there are not many of them left so they are trying to protect them. We went on a boat ride to go see one. I was lucky enough to see one right up close.Another boat took us across the inlet where we stopped halfway on a sandbank for a swim. We went further up the river to an Indian village where we had lunch. It was ...