Adagio Sao Paulo Itaim Bibi
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Generally fine but there were problems with my booking. Fortunately they were sorted easily.
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So, I've been invited to do a presentation in I São Paulo at an interesting time in their development. But it's just a quick trip with no time to sightsee. A shame as I have never been to Brazil before.
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... in Latin America. She was one of those professors who all but hypnotizes you with the way they take you through the journey from many many years ago. She explained that Brazilians are known for their hospitality but in an organized environment that is seen as lacking as even though it is in their blood, 'serving' someone is subconsciously associated with slavery as the Portuguese settlers from many years ago brought people from Africa and sold them here ...
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... there was a section of the crowd who were dancing and singing to the beat of samba drums and took off their shirts and starting waving in the air each time their team scored. They didn't even stop when their team conceded a goal! We wrapped up the day with a caipirinha and a beer to avoid a torrential thunder storm in one of the many street side cafe/bars which we love to visit. Whilst admiring the lightening show outside, it was a great way to cap off our last day in Sao Paulo. ...