Ibis Belo Horizonte Liberdade
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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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Today we got up early, had breakfast at Isabel's house and were in Barão de Cocais for a workshop by 9am... a great bunch of teachers and we had a fun with them.
Tod gave a really nice talk, and we ended with a few activities.
The drive back was spectacular.
I caught the bus up to Pampulha again today, where Deborah came to pick me up for lunch. Her Mum was cooking today, which meant more home cooked food!
She made feijao tropeiro, with fruit and vegetables, rice and meatballs.
Deborah spent some time making a delicious brigadeiro like desert which she ...
... bedroom from last time. To my surprise there were 3 other people there, two of which happened to be the token Kiwi's of Belo Horizonte, Ash and Courtney. I was pretty stoked to be able to do this fun little job with some friends!
The whole process took about 2 and a half hours, out of the allocated 4 (which means more money for less work! My favourite thing ever) They even gave me a passage about Australia to read before telling me that my ...
... everyone to go rockclimbing. It seems that Deborah was the only one in the group who got the memo. No one else was there- and it turns out they weren't coming. We called Daniel and him and Shany came.
I was in charge of belaying everyone because I was the only qualified person there. I didnt climb too much but I did the second and third ...
... my studies I tried to force myself to start listening to sertanejo to help me with my Portuguese. They sing slowly so it is going to be easy to understand. Despite being the most popular type of music here in Brazil a lot of people think it's ****. I didn't like it at first but it's slowly starting to grow on me and I'm actually starting to like it ...