When people find out that I teach English and live in Brazil, they always want to know one thing: How do you do it? My answer every time is usually a variation of explaining how I got started, how I find clients, how I maintain relationships, and how I manage to have so much free time to travel (and party) in between lessons. And then magic of Brazil’s legends takes over their minds: The longest beach […]
So I’ve been in Brazil for quite a bit and I realize that while I’ve been experiencing a lot, I haven’t been sharing it. At least, not useful bits. It’s not really my style to write about myself just experiencing stuff, so I only have a few of those types of posts (i.e.: açaí experience, siriguela love, or cashew nut from hell). I found that I more enjoy helping people how to do the things they want to do or […]
Before I proceeded to stay at home reading well into the night, I decided to see what Boa Viagem had to offer when I wasn’t merely on duty. I ventured out a little farther than my usual haunt to discover more places. This is the infamous “blue church” of Boa Viagem.
I told you guys in another post about my Sundaying habit, but today was a different ballgame. Aniervson and I celebrated two years of happiness, headaches, heartfulness and health (properly June 10) and while we had originally planned to go to the amusement park, the weather was like “lol f u guys”.
Recife is a lovely city, but you can sometimes forget just how beautiful it is. A time to remember serenity.