BUSHFIRE

No dia 28 foi o último dia do festival… Uma pena, visto que não me importaria que tivesse durado mais uns dias.

Este dia também começou relativamente cedo, ou pelo menos é a impressão que tenho ahahah Comecei por recolher todos os meus pertences, que estavam espalhados por vários sitios. Depois juntei-me à Catarina e à Chica na tenda, onde colocamos tudo nas mochilas, para ter tudo preparado para irmos embora. Quando já estava tudo pronto, deixamos as mochilas com os meninos para eles as deixarem no carro e fomos até ao recinto do festival para tomar o pequeno almoço.

Quando fui à carteira, vi que estava mal de finanças, não me sobrava nem 1 lilangeni suazi. Felizmente, a Chica ainda tinha e pagou-me o pequeno-almoço. Comemos um Wrap no Black Mamba (para variar ahahah) e um sumo super saudável na tenda dos smoothies. Já de barriga cheia fomos dar mais uma volta pelo recinto, a que seria a última, uma vez que tínhamos decidido que iríamos embora por volta das 14h.

O Diogo trouxe a minha GoPro do carro (yeiiia) e então consegui fazer uma mini reportagem fotográfica do festival. Dei uma volta por todas as partes do recinto, pelos palcos todos e os recantos mais escondidos. Consegui boas imagens, mas tive pena de não ter vídeos dos dias anteriores, pois teriam mostrado o espírito deste festival. Ficam as memórias.

Já com as fotos tiradas, os vídeos filmados e depois de vermos o concerto do Bombino estava na hora de abandonar o recinto. Desta vez o Chico juntou-se a nós na viagem! Fizemos uma pequena paragem num shopping no centro da cidade para comprarmos alguns mantimentos para a viagem (só compramos porcaria ahahah). Chegamos a Maputo por volta das 20h, demoramos algum tempo porque nos perdemos e porque demoramos algum tempo na fronteira, mas tirando isso a viagem correu lindamente!

UM RESUMO DO BUSHFIRE

Pontos positivos:

  • Ambiente super agradável, muito relaxante.
  • Foi incrível encontrar pessoas de todas as idades.
  • Super bem organizado.
  • O recinto era muito agradável e estava sempre limpo.
  • Campismo muito bem organizado e uma excelente ideia alugar tendas já montadas.
  • A paisagem que rodeava o festival era maravilhosa.
  • Espaço para as crianças estava sempre com animação e era muito agradável.
  • Preço das bebidas e da comida era bastante acessível.
  • Haviam bastantes tendas com comida saudável.
  • Música de diversos tipos.
  • As casas de banho (mesmo no recinto) tinham água e sabão para lavar as mãos
  • Chuveiros com água quente

Pontos negativos:

  • Festival curto, poderia ter mais uns dias.
  • A música acabava muito cedo.

#TAMUJUNTO

Maria


On the 28th it was the last day of the festival… A pity, I would not mind if it lasted for more days.

This day also started relatively early, or at least it’s the impression I have. I started by collecting all my belongings, which were all over the place. Then I joined Catarina and Chica in the tent, where we put everything in our backpacks, so we could have everything ready to go. When everything was ready, we left the backpacks with the boys so they could put everything in the car and we went to the festival area to have breakfast.

When I went to check my wallet, I saw that I was super poor, I did not have nothing left, not even one Swazi lilangeni. Luckily, Chica still had some and she was really kind and paid me breakfast. We ate a Wrap in Black Mamba (for a change ahahah) and a super healthy juice in the smoothies tent. With a full belly, we went for a walk around the festival, which would be the last one, since we had decided that we would leave at around 2:00 p.m..

Diogo brought my GoPro from the car (yeiiia) and then I took some time to do a mini photographic report of the festival. I walked around, I went to all the stages and I tried to go even to the most hidden corners. I got some good pictures, but I was sorry I did not have videos from the previous days, because they would have shown the spirit of this festival. At least the memories remain.

With the photos taken, the videos filmed and after seeing Bombino’s concert, it was time to leave Bushfire behind. This time Chico joined us on the trip! We made a small stop at a mall to buy some snacks for the trip (we only bought non-healthy things ahahah). We arrived in Maputo at around 8:00 p.m., it took some time because we got lost and because we took some time at the border, but overall, the trip went beautifully!

BUSHFIRE SUMMARY

Positive points:

  • Super nice atmosphere, very relaxing.
  • It was amazing to meet people of all ages.
  • Super well organized.
  • Every place on the festival was always clean and tidy.
  • The camping was very well organized and it is an excellent idea to rent tents already on the spot (no work needed).
  • The landscape around the festival was stunning.
  • The kids zone was always really lively and it was very pleasant.
  • The price of food&drinks was quite affordable.
  • There was plenty spaces selling healthy food.
  • Various type of music
  • All the toilets had soap and water to wash our hands.
  • Hot showers.

Negative points:

  • Short festival, could have a few more days.
  • The concerts/music always end very early (3 a.m.)

#TAMUJUNTO

Maria

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