Mercure Belo Horizonte Lifecenter 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.
... a glass container in the freezer to cool it down. She put the glass container ontop of a frozen packet of meat and it slipped off, opened the freezer door and smashed on the floor :( Everyone was devastated, but we still managed to salvage a little bit of it and it was delicious. I just wished there was more.
... so ******* be it. I´m not doing it.
My first class of the day was cancelled so I had an extra few hours to kill before work. Despite this I still ended up being half an hour late to my class due to a protest in the middle of the streets where some homeless people decided that the middle of the biggest road in Belo Horizonte would be a good place to have a sleep for the day. They were complaining about ...
... font-size: small; line-height: normal;">When we got back to the entrance, I spotted a Quati. I ran after him and to my surprise, I found his while family. It turns out that we didnt really need to walk so far to find animals. There was literally about 100 of them. There were signs telling everyone not to feed them, but absolutely nothing stopping them from crawling right into the bins and eating whatever they wanted. Kinda ...
... in for free. I also got to skip the line, which was good cuz I nearly ****** my pants waiting.
We met up with some more guys inside, and ended up chatting to them for a while. It was full of gay people like everything here in Brazil and again like everywhere else in brazil there were lines for everything. We waited nearly 20 minutes for a beer, and the line wasn't even moving so we decided to go to a bar called "A obra" where Camila works, till about 5am. Way more ...