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Travel Blogs from Ribeirao Preto
The game last night sort of sent all the Brazilians into shock, they can't believe that it happened.
Today however is a holiday in Sao Paulo state (something to do with the overthrow of (one of) the millitary governments), so i had no work! After much need lie-in, me and the five other canil boys went to Bueno, as they wanted to show me the famous Bueno Coxinhas. These are a food which looks a bit like a scotch egg but have chicken and cheese inside ...
... world, ever. It stretched from São Paulo state all the way to the state of Minas Gerais state spanning well over 100 km from tip-to-tip. Now it is a vestige of the coffee industry that formerly dominated Brazilian agriculture. The roads and many of the buildings around the campus are made of stones and built by slaves, not long enough ago. Initially, the university built houses for the professors on campus to attract researchers to ...
... br> We also had a wander around the farm which is used by nestle as a milk research center.
Nearly everyone in brazil has the afternoon off to watch the game, things got really quite in the streets just before the game. But once the game finished everyone went nuts! Cars were driving around with huge flags out their windows, horns going the whole time and fireworks. Going to Sao Paulo tomorrow to the FIFA fan fest, can't wait!!
... is definitly one of the hardest things I've ever done, the chemistry is relatively simple but the communication is challenging! (I'm always up for a challenge though!) Joined the gym today and had my first swell-sesh, really good to be back in the gym! Yesterday I went with Aragon (who speaks really good English) to find out about the gym but today I signed up on my own. No ...
... him tomorrow. On my way back from work I walked alone and took a detour passed the high street. Got some multivitamins from the pharmacia and an adaptor for my phone from a game shop. Still not signed up for a gym, really missing it. The campus at UNESP is not like st andrews or oxford, more like what an american campus would be (i assume). Not being able to ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet