Okupe Hostel Jardins
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... we were there, seeing as though we were there for 5mins waiting for a cab. lunch was pretty average-apparently the girls food tasted like chemicals and the pasty was so crumbly you couldn't even get it on a fork. I made the mistake of getting a hamburger....which was bread with ham and a side of potato straws...you win some you lose some- this was a loss for sure! we headed back on the bus- amazing view looking back at Santos-forest ...
... now, ALAGEV has 11 committees that are dedicated to topics i.e. new technology, MICE etc. Committee' members are from the supplier and buyer side and cover various industries. The most dominant is the pharmaceutical though. Committee members meet once a month in São Paulo, discuss the latest happenings and issues in their field and function as a think tank and research group developing content for the ALAGEV events.
Next to various ...
... wonder that the mall was mostly empty. Only a limited number of Brazilians could reasonably afford to shop there. Even a button down shirt was over $100. In the middle of the mall they had some trees, just like an American mall but they also had planted grass all around. It was unusual but after the trip is over, I now don't find it as surprising as I did at the time.
So we were off to the supermarket just across the street before we wuold ...
... been told by some of the locals that this parade ranks a close second to Carnival down here. It was pretty cool to have been a part of.
Well it's now about 6:15 in Sao Paolo and I'm going to pop a 5 hour energy so I can make it through dinner as I feel my eyes getting kind of heavy. Our welcome dinner tonight is scheduled for 8PM at a place called Capim Santo which I here is an excellent rodizio style ...
... are a bit hard case.
We hope there’s no problem with the bus,
We just want to get to the airport with no fuss.
Let us explain our South American journey:
Having endured the long bus ride in Peru, a delayed flight from Lima which made us leave at 2.30am (We don’t recommend flying with LAN, all of our flights with them have had problems) we were exhausted by the time we arrived in Sao Paulo on Friday morning, straight to the hostel ...