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... than we thought (half hour) and even when he ended up paying the cab driver 100 Real (a 20 Real tip) he told us that if we gave him 50 Real from the both of us that would be more than enough. I offered to give him more but he said that he was ok and didn't want anymore. It was such a nice way to end our time in Brazil. I know that Canadians pride themselves with being friendly but I honestly wonder how many Canadians would do something like this ...
... one word in Portuguese - obregado - thank you. We managed to get by in Panama, Chile and Argentina; but in Brazil we are struggling. Thankfully, it seems, in the touristy areas English is spoken more widely then in the Spanish speaking countries. It's still not common though. After a week in São Paulo we'd had enough of walking around the city and lounging at the hostel, playing X-box with some of ...
... in the world with plane models in the commercial, executive and military. We reviewed some of their building strategies such as partnering with different manufactures to design the planes per spec, and then everything is assembled at their facilities around the world, San Jose being the largest including having the largest private airport airport in the Southern Hemisphere, at 5000 meters expandable to 8000 meters. The location had been a backup site ...
Sao Paolo station taught me an important life lesson. Never go to subway and especially not if the server speaks Portuguese and you don't. Cue cringe moment of 3 subway staff shouting at me, growing backlog of customers and me trying to list some sandwich ingredients in Spanish - seems pointing at food items is not a sufficient form of ordering here.
Leg 2 - Sao Paulo ...
Well, my short stay in Sao Paulo is over. I'm now in the Admirals club in the Sao Paulo airport waiting for my delayed flight. That's the part I don't like about this job - the delayed flights. This now means I will not get to my hotel in my next city of Santiago, Chile until around midnight. Then I have an early, early, early, morning flight. Like 6:15am early. Uggh! However, the bright side ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking