Riema Saint Charbel Suites & Life
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... one of my favourite things about brazil. You get a huge selection of food and pile up what you fancy and then pay according to weight. It’s a brilliant idea, you get loads of variety (50 dishes) and if you aren’t that hungry you don’t need to get much. It’s always fresh and a really quick way to eat. Maybe we will open one of these in Brisbane to go with our Guatemalan Cerviche restaurant. After lunch we walked to ...
I realise that when you are on a pilgrimage you must focus on the main game but yesterday I broke the feast and had a football free day and some time on my own.
I set out early and tried the Sao Paulo metro system - all worked pretty well and for B $6 I got a return ticket for a journey as far as Gungahlin is from Tuggeranong. I was able to use my little Portuguese to some benefit but when you get the combination of one person with a little Portuguese ...
... We spent a lot of time walking around and taking the train between the various different suburbs. One of them was a popular area for art and street art, one was the main CBD with lots of old buildings, another area was for nightlife etc etc
This was a building 35 storeys high and we were able to go right up to ...
... where they pump/vacuum the raw materials into huge vats were the mixtures cure into finish product, ready for packaging. Our plant guide was a little sad because they had just gone thru a plant shut down for cleaning and they were just starting production back up, so only 1 mixing cell was in use. Next we walked over to packaging where we got a glimpse of Tylenol being packaged.
Our next stop was to view the facility's sustainability area, where we saw ...
... of you that don't know what Couch-Surfing is, it's a community of people that offer their beds in their homes free of charge for willing travellers. Sounds like a great idea. What entailed was an hour meeting the most bizzare and unsettling people I've ever had the displeasure of being in the presence of. I'm sure on the whole the worldwide Couch-Surfing community is sound, but my experience that night put me off for life. Meet Gustavo, a butch Brazilian who took a fond liking ...