You are welcome! And yes, it´s a funny way to learn English Pandora, since you force youself to recall some English words.
Since you are being promoted to the intermediary level, I would also advice you to scatter some idioms in-between, say, "preciso me apressar/preciso apertar o passo" (I need to quicken my step) senão não vou chegar lá! (or else I won´t make it!).
It´s not something to "right now" but in the long run.
Yup, Reginaldo. One good way to be in contact with the language is to watch movies, read a magazine (I always advice Speak Up, but it can be The Economist - that is online as well.)
And for example, you can make a grocery list with the name of the items in English, or download them.http://www.grocerylists.org/ultimatest/
If you go to the garage, to repair the car you can think of car parts in Englishhttp://4.bp.blogspot.com/-ldyClMWrfQM/U ... parts2.jpg
Food is another thing that may help you to recall words in Englishhttp://3.bp.blogspot.com/-94W5X9EWVQU/T ... iaevasue(1
The sky´s the limit, believe me.
Obviously, you shouldn´t to ask the guy next street corner for a "hot-dog" (it´s easier a "cachorro-quente", albeit this a well-known word) or for a sunny-side up (a kind of fried eggs). What I am saying is that you can think in English, by recalling how to say things in English.
Other way would be to make a holiday diary, something that you can at the end of the day. There are plenty of things to do, and even do nothing if you wish...
Ah, and when you are thirsty for English you may come to the English Experts! http://www.st-mellion.co.uk/stay/activi ... day-diary/