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... point with plenty World Cup fans still around.
So here it was- the World Cup final had finally arrived! The month seemed to have flown by and had been a truly amazing experience but there was still a surprise in store upon reaching Copacabana on final day. The place was absolute madness- I've never seen anything like it- there was barely a patch of beach to be seen! We wandered around in disbelief for half an hour before deciding to get some food and then head into ...
From the tranquility of my last couple of stops, I leapt into the chaos of São Paulo. The southern hemisphere's largest city is like London on acid. Skyscrapers stretch up all around you and the air on the streets is thick. Swarms of power-dressed people who clearly have somewhere very important to be march on and off the metro with purpose. Nobody even batted an eye lid when I managed to get myself stuck in the train ...
6:00AM Breakfast at hotel, Restaurant Amaranto
§ Full day private coach and English speaking guide for business visits within city limits (bottled water provided on coach)
§ 9:00AM Depart Hotel
§ 10:00A-11:30A: UNICA - Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association
Speaker: Luana Maia - Institutional Relations Coordinator
Topic: Overview of Ethanol ...
... when I'm going to get to Rio and I still don't know after four weeks here. It's not an easy trip. It's five hours away by car. It's like asking a European why doesn't he travel to New York if he's visiting DC. The answer is well... you can, but things are generally really far.
At least in the U.S. or other places, there are decent transport links. In Brazil these links suck. You would think that two of the biggest cities would have a train link. As ...
... the long lines of immigration, I was so tensed for they might actually deny me entry. When I reached the counter, the woman just looked at my passport and stamped it right away. I thought to myself, "mas marami pang tanong yung Philippine Immigration ah!"
So I went out to exchange some currency and find the information booth so I can find the bus to Campinas. I had to ask so many times before I found the Caprioli bus that offers ...