Comfort Hotel Araraquara
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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 ...
... that day.
I gave a presentation about my time here this morning (I did it in English but included Portuguese subtitles) and everyone was very kind in what they said about me; they even got me a Brazilian football shirt! I also wrote a 10 page report on the work I've been involved in and gave that to the supervisor at CEMPEQC.
During my time here I've mostly been helping two groups; one researching production of hydrogen ...
... brazil that developers make houses that are just used for sports clubs and parties. The place was really impressive (its mostly outside apart from toilets and things) and there were two stages; an electronic stage and a mixed one (country and samba)
There was 3 thousand tickets sold for the party, which is a crazy number considering it was an open bar!
Not really done anything too exciting this week, other than playing some futsal against other republicas.
The teacher and support staff strike that has been going on at UNESP is going to end and classes will start again next week. It's great because everyone is coming back to Araraquara and Canil will probably be full!
Around the chemistry campus it's been getting busier with people this week because the July vacation ended and the increasing ...
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 ...