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Speaking Portuguese in Santiago

Students of Portuguese who I met yesterday.

Students of Portuguese who I met yesterday.

It’s unbelievable the amount of Cubans interested in learning Portuguese. I’ve already met dozens of them. They really love the Brazilian culture and dream to visit Brazil. Because of this, when I say that I’m Brazilian I always make new friends very quickly! 😀 Yesterday I visited the Portuguese class of my host in Santiago de Cuba. Very cool! I could answer questions about the language and about the Brazilian culture. At the end of the class, some students thanked me and said this class had been the best class of the whole year! It made me so happy. 😆

[Fábio Monteiro]

Bandeira do Brasil.Resumo: hablando portugues en Santiago de Cuba.

Resumo: parolante la portugalan en Santiago de Cuba.

Resumen: falando português em Santiago de Cuba.

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10/12/2013 at 22:02 Deixe um comentário

Finding special people again

Perfect Mexican day with my sweet Iza.

Perfect Mexican day with my sweet Iza.

One of the best stuff about traveling alone is meeting new people and making new friends. Inexplicably, a lot of interesting people always appear through the way… However another cool thing is meeting loved ones who you haven’t seen for mouths! And exactly that happened in this first week here in Mexico. I met again my dear “white girl”.

[Fábio Monteiro]

Bandeira do Brasil.Resumo: reencontrando pessoas especiais.

Resumo: retrovante specialaj homoj.

Resumen: reencontrando personas especiales.

30/09/2013 at 11:22 Deixe um comentário

Adeus, Estados Unidos! E obrigado!

Esperantumante kun Randy kaj amikoj en Atlanta; with Tim drinking in Syracuse; con Allan manejando a New Jersey; e com a minha querida Lena em Charlotte.

Esperantumante kun Randy kaj amikoj en Atlanta; with Tim drinking in Syracuse; con Allan manejando a New Jersey; e com a minha querida Lena em Charlotte.

Bandeira do Brasil.Este é um post especial dedicado a todos os amigos que me ajudaram de alguma maneira durante esses 3 meses nos EUA. Encontrei tanta gente maravilhosa!!! Então, quero dizer de novo: muito obrigado a todos! Sem a ajuda de vocês este sonho não teria sido realizado. Quero mandar um abraço ainda mais apertado àqueles que me hospedaram em suas casas de forma tão carinhosa e acolhedora: Roob Kvasnak, Franklin Montenegro, Randy Dean, Timothy Boronczyk, Allan Fineberg e Erin Piateski. Espero revê-los em breve, quem sabe no Brasil… Muito obrigado, amigos!

Adiaŭ, Usono! Kaj dankon!

Ĉi tiu estas speciala blogaĵo dediĉata al ĉiuj geamikoj kiuj helpis min iamaniere dum tiuj tri monatoj en Usono. Mi renkontis tiom da mirindaj personoj!!! Do mi volas diri denove: dankon al vi ĉiuj! Sen via helpo ĉi tiu revo ne estus realigita. Mi volas sendi brakumon eĉ pli forta al tiuj kiuj gastigis min en siaj hejmoj kun tiom da amikemeco kaj bonkoreco: Roob Kvasnak, Franklin Montenegro, Randy Dean, Timothy Boronczyk, Allan Fineberg kaj Erin Piateski. Mi esperas baldaŭ revidi vin ĉiujn, eble en Brazilo… Dankegon, amikoj!

Promenante kun mia kara Franklin en Johnson City; con la dulce Erinja en Washingnton; with my friend Roob in Fort Lauderdale; e com Neil e amigas esperantistas em New York.

Promenante kun mia kara Franklin en Johnson City; con la dulce Erinja en Washingnton; with my friend Roob in Fort Lauderdale; e com Neil e amigas esperantistas em New York.

Good Bye, America! And Thanks!

This is a special post dedicated to all the friends who helped me in some way during these three months in the U.S. I met so many wonderful people!!! So I want to say again: thank you all! Without your help this dream would not come true. I want to send a hug even tighter to those who put me up in their homes so loving and welcoming: Roob Kvasnak, Franklin Montenegro, Randy Dean, Timothy Boronczyk, Allan Fineberg and Erin Piateski. I hope to see you soon, maybe in Brazil… Thank you, friends!

Adiós, Estados Unidos! Y gracias!

Este es un post especial dedicado a todos los amigos que me han ayudado de alguna manera durante estos tres meses en los EE.UU. Conocí a mucha gente maravillosa!!! Por eso quiero decir una vez más: gracias a todos! Sin su ayuda este sueño no se haría realidad. Quiero enviar un abrazo con más fuerza a los que me alojaron en sus casas de manera tan afectuosa y acogedora: Roob Kvasnak, Franklin Montenegro, Randy Dean, Timothy Borończyk, Allan Fineberg y Erin Piateski. Espero verlos pronto, quizás en Brasil… Gracias, amigos!

[Fábio Monteiro]

24/09/2013 at 14:21 Deixe um comentário

I’ve been to Niagara Falls!

Niagara Falls: one of the most beautiful places which I’ve seen so far in USA.

Niagara Falls: one of the most beautiful places which I’ve seen so far in USA.

Really cool! Today I visited one of the most important sights in US: Niagara Falls! It’s the collective name for three waterfalls that straddle the international border between the Canadian province of Ontario and the US state of New York. The place is incredibly amazing! I thought the falls were located in a forest, in the middle of nowhere. However they are in a very urban place, practically within the city! It’s interesting that in Brazil everybody knows this place thanks to an episode of Woody Woodpecker which has been broadcasted lots of times on television since the 80s…

[Fábio Monteiro]

Bandeira do Brasil.Resumo: visitando as Cataratas do Niágara.

Resumo: mi vizitis la akvo-falaron Niagara.

Resumen: he estado en las Cataratas del Niágara.

29/08/2013 at 21:25 Deixe um comentário

Studying English in U.S.

New friends of ELS English Course at East Tennessee State University.

New friends of ELS English Course at East Tennessee State University.

Studying English in U.S. is incredibly different. Having native teachers and using the language all the time give you other level of confidence. Unfortunately I’ve studied for just 4 weeks here. It’s not enough time to improve my skills a lot or get completely fluency, but at least now I can understand better where my real level is and what I have to do in fact to advance. Moreover I’m making really good friends, who live in a lot of different countries around the world… No doubt the cultural interchange is always the best part.

[Fábio Monteiro]

Bandeira do Brasil.Resumo: estudando inglês nos Estados Unidos.

Resumo: lernante la anglan en Usono.

Resumen: estudiando Inglés en los Estados Unidos.

05/08/2013 at 23:44 Deixe um comentário

The beach in Fort Lauderdale

At the bar, next to the beach, I could drink a really cold beer...

At the bar, next to the beach, I could drink a really cold beer…

Yesterday I spent the day at the Fort Lauderdale beach. I got surprised because it was Monday, but a lot of people were there. The beach is very beautiful, the sand is quite white, the water looks very clean, and there are a lot of coconut palms along the sidewalk. It’s even similar to our Brazilian beaches! The main difference is that you can’t buy foods or drinks here, there aren’t sellers or refreshment stalls on the sand. So you have to bring these things from home. Another important difference: alcoholic beverages are prohibited! Fortunately there are a lot of bars near the beach… 😀

[Fábio Monteiro]

Bandeira do Brasil.Resumo: um pouco sobre a praia em Fort Lauderdale.

Resumo: iom pri la strando en Fort Lauderdale.

Resumen: un poco sobre la playa de Fort Lauderdale.

16/07/2013 at 16:27 Deixe um comentário

The first brunch

Brunch /brənCH/: a late morning meal eaten instead of breakfast and lunch.

Brunch /brənCH/: a late morning meal eaten instead of breakfast and lunch.

Because of the long flight, last night I slept for around 15 hours! I got up at 11.00 am, and I was completely starving. Near the university, there is a nice Chinese restaurant, so I went there. The lunch was amazing maybe because the place is genuinely Chinese, every workers are Chinese! When I arrived there, I immediately told the receptionist: “You have to help me, because I can’t speak English perfectly”, so he said: “Neither can I”. Hehehe… I ate “Moo Goo Gai Pan”: tradicional Cantonese white meat chicken with broccoli, onions, green peppers, mushrooms in spicy garlic sauce and – of course – a spring roll. The bill: $ 7.34.

[Fábio Monteiro]

Bandeira do Brasil.Resumo: Primeiro café-almoço.

Resumo: Unua matentagmanĝo.

Resumen: El primer desayuno-almuerzo.

26/06/2013 at 16:41 1 comentário

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