Hotel Vale do Jordao
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I'll come back to write this afternoon.
In the afternoon
Binka showed us her presentation on Iracambi’s mission and purpose. She was so
nice and her accent was British. While she was talking I noticed how sarcastic
her accent made her sound. It made me laugh because it reminded me of Dr.
Abraham (a professor I had at Hampton University) she also spoke in a sarcastic
tone, not purposely ...
... that we are in the main crop grown is coffee trees. The main goal of Iracambi is to show the farmers in the area how to sustain the soil's nutrient (agricultural ecology). We also saw a lot of eucalyptus trees that were planted. I found out the eucalyptus trees are originally from Australia and were cultivated for their wood in Brazil! I'm learning new things here everyday. It's so cool how these people work together to ...
... are put into work at this center. So today I got up so early! And will begin my first intensive class in Portuguese! Wish me luck!! Love you guys and God bless!!
Portuguese is harder than I thought! But I will get the basics eventually. After the Portuguese course we took a hike to the lagoon which felt like it was 100000000 miles away. I was so tired after that walk. But it was ...
10-22-2012 – Guarapuava (Hotel Puava) – oil change; 91,880/91,939 city – Oil change before the storm
The roads are good in this part of the country and we can cover more terrain in our "driving shifts". We made it through Curitiba, another busy city, heavily populated, and hard to navigate city. Once again, Easton did great keeping good sense ...
... corn, soy, wheat, and many other agricultural products. In the afternoon, we toured an electrical substation owned by FURNAS, the largest provider of electricity in Brazil. The particular substation we visited receives power from the Itaipu hydroelectric power plant and forwards it to Sao Paolo.
On Tuesday, we traveled to a private vacation home situated on many acres of land, complete with its ...