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... memory card in case camera is stolen) and cash stashed in several locations. They search for familiar faces in the crowd. They spot a couple they meet last night. The duo struggle to remember their names. Ryan refers to them as the team. After a quick briefing and some stupid questions from fellow group members, the 150 fanatics walk to the train station. On the way Cirsty strikes up a conversation with some new group members. Ryan walks to the ...
... ones in Argentina, and I didn't sleep well.The bus ride from Florianopolis to Sao Paolo was more like a Bolivian bus than Argentinian. I booked with Catarinense a top-floor executivo seat in the front row in an uncrowded bus with leito/camas on the ground floor, so it should have been dandy. But between the sawhorse-puller one row back and the hourly stops to pick up people all night long, I could barely sleep. On top of it all, the road was so bumpy I couldn't read or watch a ...
... are dirty and covered in soot. Lots of gorgeous facades, just crumbling away like in Rio and Havana. In many ways, São Paulo looks like the zombies have taken over, and with the fast ones from “28 Days Later.”
I’ve been a couple times, but each time I’ve only seen the inside of hotels and restaurants. This time I worked a trade show on the other side of town, so I got to ...
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Topic: Manufacturing lines & facility tour; Sustainability
7:00PM Return to Hotel
Dinner on own
Today was an early start as we had a 2 hour drive out of the city to Sao Jose' dos Campos for our site visits. We traveled on the Via Dutra highway which connects São Paulo with Rio de Janeiro, which happens to be the road contributes to 85% of the entire GDP of Brazil.
We arrived at Embraer at 9:00am and was met ...
It has been some time since we have left Brazil but we have decided we would like to write a blog for every town we stayed in so we can get a pin on our map, so I'm going to back date a week or so to our time in Sao Paulo.
Every person we had spoken to, whether they lived, studied, or traveled there asked us why we were going to Sao Paulo and to avoid it - it was like it was plagued or something. We had to go through Sao Paulo anyway to ...