Tulip Inn Batista Campos
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... we took a cab back to my hostel and then she took the cab home. It was only 9:30 so I reached out again and found a girl named Suzane who was out drinking with friends and told me to some along. I had just met a cool British guy named Patrick at the hostel so I invited him along and we went to meet up with our new friends. After meeting up and chatting, Suzane took us and we two friends in her car to some local bar that serves flavored cachaça shots and beer. ...
Belem's wealth comes from its position at the gateway to the Amazon - everything from timber to soya beans passes through here before going to market. We wandered along the mango tree-lined boulevards of this prosperous city and were impressed with the regenerated docks and historic centre around the old fortress. One of Belem's finest rubber-boom buildings is the Teatro da Paz, an elegant theatre which was preparing to host an international opera festival ...
... time to stop for lunch. After quickly preparing it & laying it out to serve the heavens opened. The rain was so heavy that everyone retreated to the truck. With no sign of it stopping some of the guys got out, shirts off, & packed all the lunch tables away. I braved the weather, in a white top, to complete my chore of ...
... they are all offered online this summer, and I have a decent computer and internet access... nope... ugh so stressful but getting closer. Well the tentative plan is to get these courses, finish the degree, and move to Fort Collins Colorado. I've been trying to move out west since I was like what 16? And now its happening! Bri is getting a job there and then she'll be going to get her Phd at CSU, and I'll be hopefully working with some company or the government with ...
... time. The Biomass and Amazonian Ecosystem class is interesting. Its interesting to compare all the types of forest they have here to what we have back home. They have almost nothing like what we have, even in the far south where it is less tropical. The Soils class is by far the worst. Its difficult to understand and there are three different professors for the course that rotate days. Today we had a quiz for the class. It ended up being three quizzes, one for ...