Address Faria Lima - InterCity
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Rio is a great city. Take the best of Durban, Cape Town and Mozambique and you have Rio. Easiest way to explain. Walked and ran Copacabana and Ipenima. Santa Teresa was beautiful. The tiled staircase. Watched a football match at the Maracana. Flumengo vs Fluminense. Local Rio teams.
Went outside Rio to Petropilas. Was beautiful. More in next ...
... as in the US, constantly connecting their thumbs to phones, texting away a mile a minute, oblivious to what may be happening in the moment around them!
Week One in Sao Paulo
My first week in Sao Paulo has been one of work, work and more work so Saturday, the 25th was the first real day out and about and that had to be devoted first to getting a new camera, since I broke my previous one trying to put it in the overhead bin with my left hand since ...
... watching football of course - Ash is very clever about his timings!) The next day we trudged around trying to find a laundry - pretty difficult as on the whole they are too wealthy so everywhere is just a dry cleaners that charges per item! We eventually found a self-service 'fill a basket' place that had wifi and computers to use while you waited - result! Ash went off to the Fan Fest to watch Germany v Portugal while Lucy waited for the laundry to finish (typical ...
... that was recommended to us called the Spot. This was the hit place to go if you wanted to be spotted or to catch local celebrities. When we arrived it was an hours wait for the table as it was very busy. We started off with drinks around the bar whilst we waited then was taken to our table after around 40 minutes. This went by really quickly as we were all this time trying to work out the menu which was in Portuguese. ...
After several meetings Brazil appears to be another very unique market, which is why Fernando stressed the importance of having local partners and representatives here. Brazil is the only country in South America where Portuguese is spoken. As a result, Brazilians do not consider themselves as part of Latin America. They are one of a kind! Several hosts confirmed that it would be impossible to have call centres outside of Brazil serving Brazilian customers or ...