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... buildings, museums and old monuments. In fact, one of the other hotel guests actually asked us what we were doing there since it is the main business capital of Brazil. We took the metro to the Mercado Municipal, a massive food market where we were conned into buying fruit after being literally force-fed fruit by one of the vendors (my mum would have been proud of his persistence).
We then explored a small museum, where Sao Paulo was ...
... the most advanced frequent flyer programme called SMILES. According to our host Claudia, GOLs client are up to 55% corporate clients. The most popular routes are Sao Paulo – Rio de Janeiro. Currently GOL dominates Brazilian airport slots and the future FIFA airports. GOL is also the official sponsor for the Brazilian Football Confederation. The main competitor of GOL is TAM Airlines, as mentioned earlier GOL is not on the GDS, TAM has been ...
... boiler that runs on ethanol and the backup which still uses diesel. The massive air compressor which supplies the coolant to cool all of the buildings. They also have a water conservation process which starts with collector bricks on the pathways of the newer buildings which collects rainwater to reprocess thru-out the plant. Currently the are running around 70% of the process thru a recycling program with plans to get to 100%.
We had a 2 hr ride back ...
... actually was a bit eccentric but really nice. Our check in took 30minutes as he pointed every single thing out!
We didnīt have much expectations for Sao Paulo as most people said its just a big city, which it is, however there is a lot of culture and art around that makes it quite an intersting place. It was a lot more modern and wealthier than we expected with a famous street full of designer shops. Nearby there was ...
... as being like Clifton back home. Happy days!
Once I was settled in, I popped out to the supermarket as I hadn't had anything to eat since breakfast due to having no money. The rest of the night was spent chilling in the hostel chatting to some of the people there. I decided to go to bed early as I was pretty tired from my late night last night. Sat and read my book for a while and probably went to sleep about 11 pm. ...
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