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De manha apos um longo sono acordamos e fomos para o cafe. Hora de conversar sobre os acontecidos a noite passada. Ja alimentados fomos caminhando para um canhoeira perto da Casa Centro. Um lugar muito bonito e reservado, onde nadamos e conversamos tranquilamente. Depois de tirar varias fotos e aproveitar do local voltamos para o refeitorio para o almoco. Boa comida mineira, nada melhor. E depois de ja alimentados, arrumamos as malas para viajar rumo a Rio Pomba para mai uma semana de atividades.
As we arrived at Rio Pomba, we realized we were starting a new adventure. We walked into our new dorm rooms, sadly reminiscing on our times at Iracambi. We explored the area, as we enjoyed the blazing heat and delicious juices of the local fruit. Later, for dinner, we walked to the local restaurant to enjoy a wonderful meal of pork or beef, rice and beans, potatoes, and vegetables. Afterwards, we just enjoyed the night and watched the stars, discovering the appearance of the Big and Little Dipper.

Tchau/Bye!

Crystal Smitherman

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