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- Swimming pool
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... know and Ella is slowly gaining confidence to be able to ask for the food she likes...along with a few manners too of course!
Evenings were spent with the kids playing monopoly and with us chilling on the hammocks and talking into the night with Tia. Very fond memories...
It was a very teary farewell for us all. In such a short time our two families had become so close. We really appreciated this simple way of life and the family's warmth,affection and ...
... year old. She prepares 3 large meals a day (from scratch, even the fruit juice), for 7 of us and a few days a week she also caters for the extended family which can be up to 15. She refuses my help as she loves to dote on everyone...and she does it all with a smile.
Her food is fabulous. Grant and I vow each day to watch our calorie in take but each day it proves virtually impossible as Mamae continues to offer the ...
... soft drink and then we went back to the camp ground. The man from the campground tried to charge us for 2 nights because we were out all day. Lucilla (Hugo's wife) disagreed with him and said we only stayed 1 night, in Portuguese of course. He decided not to charge us extra after all. So she is the hero. Then we went back to Campina Grande.
... 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 ...