After we returned from PETAR on Friday, we worked and presented our projects. The essential question we had to build around was, "How do changing system impact relationships overtime." What intrigued me the most about this matter was that it made you think deeper about the situation which eventually gave you a better understanding of the topic.
What I enjoyed the most when creating my project was the fact that you had the possibility of choosing how you wanted to make your project, which brought up many creative presentations.
I didn't think there was to much of a challenge because we could work in partners and that made the work much easier.
Some core values I demonstrated during the trip and during the project were: risk taker, and curious. I think I was I risk taker during the trip because entering, "Agua Suja," it took some risk to enter the ice cold water. During the project I thought I was more curious because I discovered more about the PETAR community after writing about them and dove deeper into the clause, and how that is the same in many other places in the world.
There are many ways Sao paulo and PETAR are different, some contribute to: Environment and society. The environment is a lot more peaceful in PETAR, because it is greener and there are no cars and planes that come zooming by every thirty seconds. Sao Paulo's society is different from PETAR, because Sao Paulo is a business city with companies and expensive equipment. In contrary, PETAR are still using the legal and traditional methods of hunting. To add on to that they still construct there houses out of mud.