O fim de semana de Portugal / Portugal weekend

Olá Pessoal!

Lá estava eu a provar o vinho como uma profissional, sem qualquer ideia do que estava a fazer. Não tem grande importância na realidade, pois provei muito vinho e a tarde passou a correr. Por volta das 18h fomos para o recinto, pois os concertos estavam a começar. Assisti ao concerto de Fado da Gisela João. Foi fixe. A parte engraçada foi o vinho às voltas no meu estômago, e a cantora ter cantado e dançado o Vira durante o concerto. De alguma forma, tudo aquilo me pareceu extremamente divertido.

Mas o concerto não foi a melhor parte. O céu era de um azul escuro e no horizonte a lua e duas estrelas formavam um triângulo. As pessoas estavam felizes, as árvores podiam dançar ao som da música e o tempo estava perfeito para aquele sábado à noite.

Por volta das 21h fui dormir a casa da Bia. Comemos pizza e ficámos imenso tempo na conversa a falar sobre o Inov, o programa de estágios. Apercebemo-nos que, apesar de não ser tudo perfeito, esta é uma oportunidade única, que muita coisa pode acontecer, e que estamos a crescer e a mudar (esperemos para melhor).

No domingo, voltámos ao Ibirapuera. Assistimos ao concerto dos Black Mamba. Uma senhora estava a divertir-se imenso na primeira fila; a Mariana estava apaixonada e a recitar todas as obscenidades que lhe vinham à cabeça sobre o vocalista; eu estava a tentar manter-me à sombra que o sol estava a queimar, e a Bia estava a divertir-se com tudo aquilo.

Porque sentimos imensas saudades de casa, voltámos a comer uma Bifana. A Mariana foi a mais corajosa: pediu uma bifana e uma alheira.

Decidi voltar para o bairro de Pinheiros para comer um grande gelado com a Bia, um gelado delicioso de avelã.

Precisava de ir às compras. Mas ao domingo está tudo fechado, incluindo os supermercados. Ainda bem que tinha ovos e salsichas no frigorífico. Vi um filme e aproveitei as minhas últimas horas de fim de semana.

Até breve.

Ana

Hi guys!

There I was tasking wine like a pro, with no idea of what I was doing. It doesn’t matter really, I tasted a lot of wine and so the afternoon passed away quite quickly. Around 18h we went outside, the concerts were starting. I watched the Fado concert of Gisela João. It was cool. The funny thing about it all was the wine in my stomach, and the fact that the singer was singing Vira some time during the concert. Somehow it made everything extremely funny to me.
But the concert was not the best part. The sky was dark blue and in the horizon we could see the moon and two stars below, forming a triangle. The people around were happy, the trees could dance to the sound of the music and the time was perfect for that Saturday night.
Around 21h or something I went for a sleepover in Bia’s House. We ate pizza and stayed for an hour talking about INOV, the internship program. We realized that, even tough there are some things that are not perfect, this a unique opportunity, that a lot a things can happen, and we are growing and changing (let’s hope for the better).
On Sunday, we woke up and returned to Ibirapuera. We watched the concert of Black Mamba. An old woman was having the time of her life on the front row, Mariana was in love telling all the obscenities she could remember about the vocalist, I was trying to keep in shade, for the sun was way high, and Bia was having fun with all.
Because we miss home terribly much, when the concert was over, we went to eat another Bifana. Mariana was the bravest: she ordered bifana and alheira.
After that I returned to the neighbourhood of Pinheiros, to eat some ice-cream with Bia, a delicious one of hazelnut.
I needed to go shopping. On Sunday everything is closed and so is the supermarket. Thank god I had some eggs and sausages to eat. I watched a movie, enjoying the last hours of the weekend.

See you!

Ana

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I'm dreamer and a writer. Changing the world is my greatest ambition. I studied International Relations and I love everything related to the environment and animal species. I never miss a chance to travel feel the adrenaline of trying on new things. Dancing is my hobby and Capoeira is my passion. Chocolate and movies are my addictions. Life is a challenge! "Laughter is timeless, imagination has no age, and dreams are forever." Walt Disney

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