Ibis Ribeirao Preto
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I´m back in Brazil! Yay! We crossed the border yesterday and immediately it hit me that I was back. And boy did it feel good. I swear it ever smelled differently... even though we were barely a stone´s throw from Argentina. :) Even though the bus ride was only 15hrs instead of the 20hrs of our last one, it certainly felt longer. We only had a semi- …
... A" road standard into almost motorway standard.
Bypassed the city of Baura and reached the campsite at Brotas at 18.00.
Shame we didn't have time to explore Brotas which has an eco-tourism industry.
A good campsite with a good shower and toilet block and a swimming pool plus areas in the grounds for bar-b-qs which is what we had for dinner. Drank last bottle of Malbec. ...
There seems to be a reoccurring theme going on whilst I am in Brazil: getting wet. This weekend we went to a small town in São Paulo state called Brotas which was an hours drive away from Sao Carlos in which we spent most our our weekend drenched. On Friday night, we met up at the (now regular) pizzeria to eat as much as we could and continued on to a house party. The party was average, but being with the other AIESEC volunteers we had ...
... now, but everything is ticking over nicely and if you have been reading the news lately, don't worry about me as the strikes in São Paulo have not made their way over to São Carlos - although there will be a peaceful protest next week in which everyone will cover their windows white in support of those who are risking their lives for the protest. Hope you are all well and thank you for reading. Tchao for now, Benji ...
... him and it didn't take much before Rabeca and I were up their with them, although the man quite liked Rabeca and we it effectively turned into a dance-off, Samba style, to compete - I'm not sure what got into me! Anna, a girl from Leeds who is also volunteering, arrived yesterday which was great and for the last two days, the volunteering has been going well. Quite amusingly, a boy came up to me and told me that he had thought that my name was 'Beija-a-mim' due to the nature ...
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