Ibis Ribeirao Preto
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Today is my last proper day in Araraquara! I plan to return after my little week of travelling to pickup my suitcase but that will only be for a night, I'll have to leave early the next morning.
It has been really great living here for the past two months, the guys were excellent and I was so relieved that a few of them spoke English!
Tonight we had a BBQ, which ...
... 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...
... Its food was really expensive by Brazilian standards (75 reals for some of the pizzas! about £25), so we didn't have any there. Lots of the waiters could speak a little French, so i did the ordering in french. They said they got lessons before the team (and 'lots' of media) arrived!
We watched the Brazil vs. Netherlands game there, which was really good! (despite the scoreline) Returned to Araraquara at night, planning to watch the final tomorrow at a sports bar in town.
... context; among Canadian institutions only the University of Toronto and McGill are regulars on that list. The campus in Ribeirão Preto is old, like really old. However, it only became a university campus in the 50's. The land was a donation from a coffee farmer and his house still sits handsomely on the campus and serves as a coffee museum. Not only was the campus a massive coffee plantation, but I’m told it was one of the largest ...