Ibis Ribeirao Preto
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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 ...
... minutes on the guy giving us a lift to Sao Carlos for 8 (we were late...). Similar thing happened on Friday too but we had to wait on someone to wake up so only left Araraquara at 07:50...
On the Friday there was a BBQ organized by the conference, with all you can eat meat and drink. It was great, got to meet lots of people and learn about their hometowns, work and life (in English mostly, but little in a bit of Portuguese!)
The week so far has been a week of firsts (even though I've been here a month!) Today I had my first haircut in Brasil, it's something you'd never think about but it's kinda hard when the barber speaks no English except from yes, no and hello! After a lot of pointing and some guidelines translated using google translator, he began and finished 45 minutes later. ...
... 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 ...
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