Mercure Belo Horizonte Lifecenter Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I woke up feeling pretty much the same as yesterday. I guess one tablet isn't going to do much to help me. I got back into my routine. I'm going back to work today.
It was of to BK21. I only had one student. Conveniently the one who had just come home form his holiday's in the USA. I spent the whole class speaking to him and realised pretty quickly that he didn't speak much (if any) english in the States. He stayed with Brazilians and I guess they did all the ...
... my passport to copy exactly, and they still got it wrong... How good is the medical care going to be here if they can't do the most simple task correctly?
Deborah called one of her friends who has a friend who knows someone who is a doctor and luckily had some time to see me unofficially. That does it. I'm out of this place. 20 minutes waiting in a Brazilian hospital was the extent of my patience. I got very very lucky.
So we got in the car and ...
... from the situation, presumably after seeing a sack full of presents on the floor. We had an extra toy so I gave it to their daughter. I'm certain that the family could afford their own toys, but she was stoked. When Rafaella's other friends finally met us there, we all entered together.
I thought the kids (8-12 years old) would be too old to ...
... normal;">We kept walking through the more jungley part. Seems logical if you wanna see animals who live in the jungle. After walking about 12km through the park, we found nothing. With the exception of a few birds and some butterflies, it seemed the park was devoid of animal life. Oh well, the weather was ******, I guess they were all hiding at home staying dry. We gave up.
Today was my last day to finish my Antarctic studies course, so I just studied all day. I got Camila to send me some of the Brazilian music that got played in the praca yesterday so I could listen to it and be a little better prepared for next time. I'm slowly beginning my transformation into a "Brazilian"
Anyway, I ended up finishing my Antarctic course, with a grade of 100%. Pretty stoked about it and learned some really interesting stuff. ...