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... through the Airport in São Paulo got our Taxi then spent two and a half hours in the worst traffic we have ever encountered, seemingly the underground was on strike. The taxi driver spent more time looking at his GPS and Mobile telephone than he did looking at the road. We had close encounters with several of our fellow road travellers before finally arriving at our Hotel.
We have had two days here to catch up ...
... holiday in São Paulo, which is why we had no meetings and enough time to explore the city. First, we went to the Museo do Futebol (Soccer Museum) in the Estádio Municipal Paulo Machado de Carvalho. It was great fun learning about the history of Brazilian soccer, their artistic techniques to handle the ball and their passion for the game. I did not know that Brazil is the only country that has participated in all World Cups and has won most of them (5 times). The ...
... in Brazil. This is a prominent bank here is Sao Paulo, with branches everywhere. There was one directly across from the hotel and several more within a block or so. We arrived at the bank al little early and when we got upstairs to the conference room we found out there was another school set to join us but they were running late. We were also informed that our speaker had to leave and had limited time. He didn't hide this and it ended up feeling ...
Our group arrived in Sao Paulo at around 8:30 this morning, where we were met by Fernando (AKA Russel Crowe's Brother) and our own private bus for a guided tour of the city complete with lunch and a later check in at our hotel.
The tour started with a brief background on the country of Brazil, its cultural and political society ans an orientation ride through downtown São Paulo. We visited some of the ...
... for sleep.
We have discovered young Brazilians are not big on common courtesy. Every night that we stayed in Brazil both in Sao Paulo and Rio, they would (yes it was Brazilians, ironically one of them stayed at the hostel for peace and quiet so she could study, as where she lived was too noisy on the weekends. Hmm yet she went out all every night, bizaare) turn the lights on at 1-2 in the morning and talk loudly, sometimes they were returning from their night out, other times ...
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