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Today we spent our last few hours in the city. Shalanda and Nikki went to the bakery this morning to get more bread. We then left the city to go pick up our new Brazilian students and bonded over the ride back to Iracambi. We soon realized that even though our languages were different that did not stop the formation of bonds and friendships. Tomorrow we start the beginning of week two and the start of practicing the methods of sustainability and exploring the biodiversity aspect of the rainforest. Tchau!

Crystal Smitherman

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