San Juan Royal
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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At the bar waiting for us was a Brazilian band and dancers who welcomed us to the function. There we watched Brazil beat Cameroon. Every Brazilian goal was met with huge fanfare as if we were supporting our own team. It was a great night for the whole GG Army to be together one last time.
From Joe and Mez
... lies in that students in Brazil are a lot more proactive in their own self development and AIESEC is seen as a really good development tool here. Brazilians also associate well with the AIESEC culture which makes assimilation easier.
Our rustic accommodation was wicked as it was a little private farm where all 16 of us slept in the same room in hammocks, the deafening sound of frogs mating, crickets and birds and god knows what else was all a part of the experience and we loved every minute of it. We really were at one with nature. Caiman's (alligators) were everywhere, a bit nerving when the track back to the main house was next to a dam which had god knows how many in there! That ...
Our next stop is Curitiba which is not much of a tourist destination but it is where a tourist train (Serra Verde Express) departs travelling towards the coast through part of the Atlantic rainforest which we decided is our next trip after talking to people in our last hostel.
We stay at Hostel Roma which is a fairly basic old hotel but it's clean and good enough for a one night stopover. We try to have a walk around at night ...
... was then told about how the school has started their own garden!!! Daphne told her of the project I want to start when I return home (I NEED AS MUCH HELP AS I CAN GET-LET ME KNOW IF YOU'RE INTERESTED!!!) and I was just blown away. It confirmed with me that it CAN BE DONE!!!! The school bell rung and the students came CHARGING out to the bus. There was one little boy I noticed that refused to get on the bus. He was ...