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... good. Summed up living in the Republica; everyone helping with the BBQ, friends came over and once the meat started cooking, everyone just started joking around and chilling out.
Republica life is radically different from most uni life in Europe, the only thing which is similar is frat life in the US, but even this is not an exact comparison. In Republicas ...
... sludge obtained from a local domestic waste water plant and sludge from a local Heineken factory. This meant I learnt a lot about bacterial analysis, something I've never really enjoyed before but being involved in something like this was great!
With this research group I visited lots of places and attended the conference in Sao Carlos, which were all great, they really made me feel part of the team and I wish I was staying for longer!
... on Saturday, there was an after party BBQ at a republica in the afternoon which was good because it was very chilled out.
Sunday when back to the waterfalls near Bueno and had coxinhas on the way back, probably going to be the last time for coxinhas of Bueno...
Next week is my last week at UNESP, I can't believe how fast my time in Brazil has gone...
... the strike ending.
Also lots of international IAESTE students (most are European) have started placements now in the first week of August and we all met up for food on monday night. A few were at a republica party last night, which was quite good and very organized; you need to prepurchase tickets, they hire security for the gate and there is a last entry time!
Off to Foz this weekend, flying from Campinas tonight, looking forward to not taking a bus!
On Thursday and Friday I attended the 4th Brasilian Bio-Hydrogen Conference in Sao Carlos. It was all in Portuguese but I can understand most of the writing. I learnt a lot about bio-hydrogen, because of the numerous Interval for "Coffee Break" that there were, allowing people to tell me about their work in English.
The Brasilian time zone still annoys me, I got up a six, walked to chemistry in Araraquara for 7 and waited ...