Cheverny Apart Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... ready to be poured and that will be done on Tuesday. We are happy with our progress and thankful that we have been able to work at a slower pace the last few days.
I tried to take a few pictures for the blog last night, but I could not upload them from my camera this morning. Well, it worked just now. I am also adding some pictures from July 1 to show the progress. God is good!
... from a missionary intern from the Congo, a few Brazilian workers, and another person connected to the project. without their help, we could not complete this work.
Despite this, we have taken some time to see the surrounding community the past few nights. On Sunday, we were treated to dinner at Rosanna's (our cook) house. ...
I woke up craving ridiculous amounts of meat today so I organised with Deborah and her friends to meet at a churrascaria in the north of the city. We drove up to the place and while we waited ordered enough food for 4 people, which included 3 pieces of picanha (the best thing about Brazil) and a mixture of other meat. Amanda arrived a little while after, and we chatted while we waited for our food to come out.
The cool thing about this place is they bring a ...
... complaints from me. Marco's Dad drove us to nearby Pains where we met Marco's cousin. I was beginning to this we might not make it. His Dad hit no less that 3 speed bumps at about 50km/h which caused us all to go flying into the roof, but we did make it eventually.
As soon as we got in the car, I put my head up against the window and called it a day.
I managed to sleep for about 2 hours of the 3 and a half hour trip. Not bad. When I woke up, ...
... and partied for a year and a half. Never too late to start I guess.
I continued with my sustainable development course, which is actually pretty interesting. It covers a lot of relevant and Interesting topics like climate change, the world's oceans, tropical rainforests, etc. The only problem, is that it is huge. It's going to take so much time. Oh well, The price of education.