Hello all! This is Jaelah here, as it says above. In this post I am going to tell you about a birthday party that we went to, (it was a friend of mine from school) and we also went to a Parque (park) here one day with one of Mom and Dad’s teachers, and Mariah’s teacher too. I am going to start with the birthday party. There is no pictures at the place because we forgot the camera but we have a two that showed what we got to do. It was at a place called Hullaballo. I guess you can get it on a night and have your birthday party there. It was sooooo much fun!!!! They had a climbing place, a little room to get your hair spray painted, (as shown in the pictures below). Also there was a place where you sat on a bench, (below was tons of balls) and there was a button that you threw the balls at to try and knock the person off the bench and into the balls!! I was pretty good at hitting the button on my first or second try by o fim de a noite. (the end of the night!) They had soo many things that if I went back and took pictures and blogged about them, it would take a long time!! Well I guess I should move down to the bottom and write about Parque Ecologico.
This is my hair! They had a place there where you could get your hair painted, so we all (us kids!) did except for Mariah because she didn’t want to. I got blue, pink, and orange, which you can’t see.
And Luke’s hair! He got blue on top and red on both sides! Parque Ecologico: (pictures and some stuff about what we did.)
Us girls and Maria, Mom and Dad’s, (and Mariah’s) teacher, that I talked about earlier.
Our family, as you can see, Sierra was in her not picture mood here!
It used to be a coffee plantation before, so we got to see the house, basement, (where the slaves slept) and many other things. We did not see any bedrooms with beds in them, but I think there used to be beds in there but maybe they took them out because they were to old. I would have liked to see one though! I don’t think any of us kids saw a bat, but Maria said she saw one and I think Mom might have too. Just in case you were wondering, the bats were down in the basement where the slaves slept. The house was EXTREMELY clean too, though I don’t know how many years it’s been standing!
That’s all I have and hopefully it gave you a good glance of some of the things we do here in Brazil!
Jaelah Thcau! Ate mais!!