Hotel e Fazenda Rosa dos Ventos
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... English school called Spot On. We watched Mick teach a class and it was pretty cool actually. They use this method to teach called Callan, where the students memorise stock questions and answers and then learn how to adapt them to any situation. The teaching books were written in the sixties so some of the questions are quite bizarre. "Why would a murderer return to the crime scene?" "A murderer would return to the crime scene because they find it fascinating" Creepy... ...
Our dinner this evening consisted of a chicken and rice dish, it was rather bland but was spiced up with a bit of pepper sauce, and there was plenty of it, this was followed by cake (VERY unusual)
After that is was wash up and clean up, most chipped in, some sat around, some tidied kit and bags, some sat on the truck, some went to their tents
As we had cooked on gas, there was no camp fire to sit around (would be rather silly sitting round a gas cooker) ...
... extremely inefficient and somewhat corrupt. For example if something is broken and needs to be repaired, prices must be quoted from at least three different providers and the best offer is chosen. As can be imagined this is a very time consuming process and as a result, public universities go through huge renovations every few years with the period in between a slow decay of the infrastructure. Indeed the whole ...
... 8217;s grandparents’ house which is a beautiful property in the middle of the city that includes a pool, a pool house, huge garden, a trampoline, and an inflatable orca. I was only going to stay for one day in Joinville but it was impossible to turn down a party opportunity like this. I am now spending one more day here which also gives me some much needed time to catch ...
... The terrain is also pretty flat as far as I can see.
Of course I will need to have a second look tomorrow since I really
can’t see in the dark.
I am now
chilling in the AIESEC Joinville office at 10.20pm and the office is
full. This is again something you don’t see in New Zealand (well Waikato
anyway). Members are ...