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... muffin sandwich. And more assorted cheese and biscuits. Also Nutella! But there wasn't really anything the Nutella went with, I had no problem eating it with the mini spoon provided! Then I watched a documentary on Neymar and we landed. Customs in Brasil was really simple. The man only said hi and bye to me. He just made sure my Visa, passport, and ticket all matched and then let me go. I found my luggage really easily, and we were ...
... buildings, museums and old monuments. In fact, one of the other hotel guests actually asked us what we were doing there since it is the main business capital of Brazil. We took the metro to the Mercado Municipal, a massive food market where we were conned into buying fruit after being literally force-fed fruit by one of the vendors (my mum would have been proud of his persistence).
We then explored a small museum, where Sao Paulo was ...
... every opportunity to test their power. They are attempting to get their message across, but stating exactly what that message is, is a challenge. The fact that the media has picked up on these protests bring the stability of Brazil into question and may cause a reduction in travel to the country. A presidential election next year also adds to the instability of Brazil's future.
As a mentor to many students in her role at the ...
... had. I think speaking time was under 45 min and he was rushing. Seamed like very poor planning of his schedule.
Due to our shortened trip at Itau, we had time to kill before lunch so we took a trip to a Brazilian shopping mall. The mall was very modern with 4 floors, restaurants and a few food court types of spots. The stores were all very trendy type of places with modern fashions for both men and women, including American brands such as Levi's ...
After Lonely Planet calling Sao Paulo a 'Monster' referring to its 19million population, 15,000 bars, 110 first rate museums, 12,500 first rate restaurants and more skyscrapers than could ever possibly be counted, we were abit sceptical about going but as it was on the way to Iguazu we thought we'd go for a couple of days. After having an argument in Portuguese with a Brazilian guy on the plane about how long ...