There was a group of little kids there that were all dressed up and looking cute.
We were able to do a virtual roller coster with a face mask and ear phones. It felt like you were on a real roller coaster.
We next went on a tube slide where you sit in a sack with a helmet on and go down a tube like a big water slide. They have a sign saying no one over 60 could go, but they didn't stop us.
At the end we attended a little play they put on (no pictures allowed). Then we exited.
We had a missionary Zone Conference where President and Sister Costa came to interview all the missionaries. We had them and the Sister missionaries over to our condo for a big lunch after the conference.
We have a couple in our branch that had to move to Torres to find work. We drove them over there, about a three hour drive from Gramado. Torres is a beach town, much bigger than Gramado. When we first arrived, our Mission President said we could be transferred to Torres after a few months in Gramado, but we chose to stay in Gramado. It was fun to go there and see the place we could have worked in if we had wanted to.
In one of the stores downtown we thought these manequins were very interesting, with the furry leg coverings and raggedy shorts.