Hotel Vale do Jordao
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... right? She
told us that when the frogs start disappearing you know that there is a great
problem within the environment. All the species within the rainforest were
important. If one vanished it would damage the fragile ecosystem.
Some of the dangers the rainforest encounters is cattle
ranching, logging, and megadams. Each pose a major threat in its own way. Cattle
ranching because it takes land away from the forest ...
... in Portuguese! Kudos to me right?! Wagner showed us how to conjugate the nouns so when we speak/write in 1/2/3 person we can make sense. We played a bingo game to help us keep the information. I didn't win the bingo game sadly but I was so close I swear! I walked 5 miles (exactly 8 km) after our Portuguese class. During the walk Liliandro (the Biologist at Iracambi) was explaining the different vegetation in the area. Within ...
... it the site was beautiful. One of the girls fell into the water because she saw a dog! Unfortunately her phone was in her pocket. I didn't get in the water I sat on a rock and read my book. On the way back to the center I tripped on a hill and scrapped my leg I nearly died! I'm joking but trust me I fall a lot!
After coming back from the lagoon we had dinner and ended a wonderful ...
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 ...
... a neigboring city (much smaller than Ivaipora) to tour a school for special needs people (children through adults) and that is supported by Rotary. We also toured a community center where people make crafts, and children learn skills such as playing guitar and using computers. Later we visited COAMO, an agricultural cooperative that is comprised of thousand of members (small farmers) and is a major ...