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Darren Tonkin - Austrália - 10/05/2010
You think you have seen the world and then you step out of the airport and feel the heat and humidity hit you at 5am in the morning. Welcome to the Jungle! The first 5 days in hotels were as close to normal as you will get in the Amazon. However when the day came and the adventure began… The five day boat tour along the Amazon river. Sleeping in hammocks and swimming in water that you share with Anacondas and Alligators causes you to pause and think. With the great local knowledge and our fearless leader who seems to never sleep (Debora), we managed to battle our way though the jungle and survive. The friendships formed with your fellow exchange students when you are sleeping with in two cm of there hammock are friendships that will surpass time. Sometimes when there are so many mosquitoes you feel you can go no further and then a German, or Canadian will say “Oi Australian want some insect repellent.” You know you are never alone.
By Darren Tonkin (Australian Exchange student)
ABRAHAM GALLEGOS MACIAS - México - 10/05/2010
MIS MUY ESTIMADOS AMIGOS DE TERRA BRASIL. NUEVAMENTE ME DA GUSTO SABER QUE MI HIJO ABRAHAM GALLEGOS MELI ESTA VIAJANDO CON USTEDES, ES DE MI COMPLETO AGRADA SABER QUE UNA EMPRESA TAN RESPONSABLE COMO SON USTEDES, NO SE DUDA EN ENVIAR NUEVAMENTE DE VIAJE A UN HIJO LOS FELICITO CORDIALMENTE POR ESE ESFUERZO DE CONTROLAR A TANTOS JOVENES INTERCAMBIASTAS. ME PONGO A SUS ORDENES Y SIGO ESPERANDO NUEVAS FOTOS Y VIDEOS. GRACIAS . SU AMIGO ABRAHAM GALLEGOS MACIAS ROTARIAMENTE ABRAHAM.
Gillian Schmi - Exchange Student - Canadá - 05/06/2009
THANK´S VERY MUCH for everybody from Terra Brasil.
My trips with you were the best days in my exchange program days. I tell the true! :)
Everybody (Literally) loved.
I already tell to the outbounds from my Canadian district - I tell to them that they need to go in a trip with you.
Thank´s very very veryyy much :)
Gunnar Iwersen - Venezuela - 07/02/2009
Dear Mr. Fred Malab,
Thank you so much for keeping us updated - well done.
As you know - then it is very important for young - as well as and old, to meet other people, other habits, other culture, other religion etc.
So they are becoming more open-minded and tolerant, making the world a better place to live in.
I am convinced that all of them will bring back home memories, which will last for ever.
Anneli and Antti Kuhna - Milla's parents - Finlândia - 06/02/2009
Thanks for these marvelous raports and photos. It has been so great to read and watch those and feel how great your trip was.
Here in Finland is winter, it's snowing and the temperature about -3°C. So we have got a little sun by these photos.
Thanks for taking care of our dear daughter Milla.
Klaus & Anne Göken - Parents of Michael Göken - Germany - 06/02/2009
We thank you very very much for the excellent service during all the days...we were not in Brasil but with your reports, the photos and video clips we had all the time the feeling, that everything was going well and we had the chance to participate with the fun of the young people.
It was really a great pleasure for us to follow day by day the trip.
Once again thank your very much.
Alfredo and Sandra - Jacobo´s parents. - Colômbia - 20/12/2008
We are sending this message from Colombia to thank you for taking care and observe our son.
At the same time, we want to congratulate you for the tour organization and we know that this wonderful experience will positive seal the exchange students life.
Jacobo, our son, will never forget you, he will take in his memorie and in his heart this wonderful opportunity that God and the life gaves to him.