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... phone. After not being able to figure out where to pay, I realized it was for collect calls. So then I called and Vini picked up and it was just awesome. I'm sooooo close. We're texting right now. I'll see them in just a couple hours!!!!!!!!!!!! Security here is a lot more lenient. I took stuff out of my bag and I don't think I needed to based on the looks I got. But it was fine. I'm just ready to get out of this place and not be on ...
... of this urban area. It is not possible to see the end of the concrete jungle in any direction; ugly but so immensely vast that it is impossible not to be impressed. I shared this moment with a rather attractive Italian travel writer called Stephano. We then went to the Mercado Municipal which is a food market inside a building with stained glass windows. We sampled exotic fruit and drank beer! The graffiti alley was also worth ...
... then deep-fried in vegetable oil. Not particularly healthy, but particularly tasty.
Next we stopped by the impressive Sao Paulo Cathedral. It was situated in the heart of the city centre, and since it was a holiday the only people out and about were hoards of homeless people. Living in Toronto and visiting many large cities, I have experienced this part of city life, but never on this scale. Makeshift tents ...
... first expansion. During construction, they essentially build plant buildings in an alternating pattern but add the mechanical infrastructure underground so the when the are ready for growth, the infrastructure is essentially in place.
We also had a presentation covering the development of the Egos product line which focuses on natural ingredients taken from all over Brazil. Natura works with the local communities to extract the resources needed for ...
We visited São Paulo just for half a day as we arrived with the night bus in the morning and our flight to Africa was in the evening.
São Paulo is the largest city in Brazil, with a city population of about 11 million and almost 20 million in its metropolitan region. And after see this city we can proudly say that we visited the four biggest cities in America. Done…!
As our time was very limited we followed the classical ...