Ibis Ribeirao Preto
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... Heading back to Rio for a few days then to Ilha Grande for two nights and Paraty for two nights. Then I'll come back to Araraquara for a night to get my stuff and head to Sao Paulo for the last time...
P.S. In Rio now, took a taxi to the hostel and saw so much more of the city than on the stupid metro! Going to meet some other IAESTE students who are in town.
... decay in waste waters and the other characterizing the physical parameters of biodiesel samples. Characterizing the biodiesel was conducted at CEMPEQC and was just following an ASTM recipe, as the samples are from an anonymous companies that need to know the exact physical properties of the biodiesel they make.
The research into bio-hydrogen was very interesting; basically the group is trying to determine if enough hydrogen can be ...
... 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!
... 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 ...