Sleep Inn Ribeirao Preto
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... size is around 10 people, of one gender, they all live in the house, they don't all study the same things and there is a distinct hierarchy; if your older you can boss around anyone younger than you! Living at Canil has been such a great, crazy experience that there is no way I could write everything; basically I'm really going to miss the place!
Now for a bit of ...
... that day.
I gave a presentation about my time here this morning (I did it in English but included Portuguese subtitles) and everyone was very kind in what they said about me; they even got me a Brazilian football shirt! I also wrote a 10 page report on the work I've been involved in and gave that to the supervisor at CEMPEQC.
During my time here I've mostly been helping two groups; one researching production of hydrogen ...
... at work, to the boys in the republica, to other international interns, to a random Spanish guy I speak to at the gym) has been talking this week about the festa on Friday. Despite me being the only one without a ticket the boys managed to buy one off a (dodgy) looking guy outside the venue. It was at a party house place on the edge of town, apparently its quite ...
... the strike ending.
Also lots of international IAESTE students (most are European) have started placements now in the first week of August and we all met up for food on monday night. A few were at a republica party last night, which was quite good and very organized; you need to prepurchase tickets, they hire security for the gate and there is a last entry time!
Off to Foz this weekend, flying from Campinas tonight, looking forward to not taking a bus!
Today I visited Ribeirao Preto, a city about 1 hour north of Araraquara, with an other IAESTE student. Its nickname is the 'Brazilian California', because of its wealth and technical industries.
It is also the city that the french team stayed in during the world cup, so french flags were everywhere!
I only explored downtown but from the bus saw some of the rest of the city. The outskirts are a lot more like California than the center is; the was a huge Carefour and lots ...