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... in Brazilian pizza. And how good was that- the pizza's perfectly woodfired and with a crust that was puffed and yet not thick. There was also a hot and cold buffet which had many tempting local specialities to try.
We head back to K&F's very comfortable apartment which is to be our base while we are in Sao Paulo- or should I say when we get back to Sao Paulo as by tomorrow night we will be in Brasilia on yet another led of this exciting adventure.
... our bloody suitcases! It was very sweaty. After a chill at Marcella's eating Brigadeiro, Georgie made a quick return to the bikini shop to exchange her bikini as the bottoms were too small. Then we hung around until Marcella's sister came back as we couldn't leave her 5 year old daughter alone! She finally came back around 10pm so we went out to dinner. It was a short drive away to a very pretty square with an abundance of restaurants. The one which ...
... at every spot where you can turn to go through the median. At the time I thought this was crazy but this highway ran through what seemed to be a fairly rural area and maybe traffic lights were just not an option. As we got to San Jose do Campos we also passed other big companies. One that I noted was Panasonic (we also passed JNJ but we are going there later anyway).
We started the Embraer tour with a video ...
... arrived at Itau bank offices a short ride later.
Speaker: Our speaker at Itau was a very knowledgeable gentleman by the name of Gustavo.
Topic: Gustavo talked in great detail about the economic situation in Brazil, as well as the banking industry from both the privately owned banks as well as the government owned entities.
Address: Av. Eng. Armando de Arruda Pereira, 707, andar -2. Jabaquara ? SP CEP ...
... change of pace.
The nest day i ventured into the centre of town (the old town part) to see the landmark buildings and cathedral and get a taste for the inner city of sampa. It was nice to walk around (despite the 1001 warnings i had had about how dangerous it was!) and see the heart of the city. It is such a huge place (biggest city in the southern hemi) and everywhere i went seemed ti have a different vibe. All a big contrast to my previous stops in Brazil.