It’s hard to believe, but on the third of September 2015 we completed one year of living in Brazil! It’s been quite a year, full of change and challenges, but it’s been good. I think we’ve all adapted quite well and are feeling settled.
As a celebration and reflection on our first year here, I’m going to give you my list of roses(the good things) and thorns(the not so good things) of living in Brazil.
- Fresh produce: we go to a wonderful market in our neighbourhood twice a week. Most of the fruits and veg are one price. We fill up a crate and weigh it – it’s usually no more than $20! The people that work there are very friendly and know the kids by name. One vendor always gives Shasta a free cookie. It’s so nice knowing that this food came from our state, rather than another country. It gets to stay on the…
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