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... we headed back to our hotel for a goodnight's rest. This would be our first time in a while that we wouldn't wake up to an alarm the next morning.
Day 2: Rise and shine! It's my last day in South America!!!!! I can't believe it, it feels like just yesterday I left the U.S.A. and there's still so much that needs to be done! haha... my friend and I headed downstairs for the Holiday Inn's continental breakfast which was delicious. There was a lot to eat which ...
... very close to the hostel we stayed at so we went to look at the exhibitions there, arts not really my scene but luckily in the afternoon we went to the Brazilian museum of football! It did not have many artifacts such as old shirts or balls, mostly interactive exhibits.
Headed back to Araraquara at night by an enjoyable bus journey sitting next to a (talkative) estate agent who had spent 3 years in Memphis USA.
... on a hot bus, but thankfully no food poisoning ensued.
Foz do Iguazu and some serious waterfalls beckoned...
* N.B. Ruth didn't get to drink the maté. She apparently ceased to exist while Tom was making moon eyes at "future wife material" Veronica over her stupid herbal tea**. Thanks honey! She was super nice though, quite wanted to marry her myself!
** This is a fair cop. Sorry Ruth.
... sustainably, in Brazil and around the world, as suppliers of ethanol, sugar and bio-electricity.
Five centuries ago, sugar was worth almost as much as gold throughout Europe, because its production was limited to quantities that couldn't meet the demand. That made growing sugarcane a very profitable enterprise, which couldn’t be pursued in Europe primarily because of inadequate climate conditions. Thanks to their seafaring prowess, the Portuguese were ...
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Personally, I hung out with the kids for the majority of the day. My job was to make sure no child bounced out of the trampoline or forgot to take turns. It was delightful. There was an expedition or two to the popcorn machine and beauticians. I marvel at the generosity of all who participated from organizing the event to offering their professional services to the seminary interns who gave up their respective Saturdays. ...