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... of bars and snackbars around. We tried some of the local snacks: pasties with meat, pasties with cheese, pasties with sausage, pasties with a combination of the above, all fried, all calorific, all delicious.
We also spent some time poring over the takeaway menus in our room with a copy of Eat Smart Brazil to decipher the menus and see what was on offer. A few surprises (strawberry pizza anyone?) and lots of food for thought.
... realising that the boot didn't work we hustled into the back of the cab with poor Jess having to resort to leaving her bag on her lap as we sped towards the final destination (much to Kathy and my amusement). We arrived at the international airport and attempted to check in. After much debate and negotiation the bags were checked in and we ran to find our gate. And guess what, silly rio lady who didn't expect us to make it. WE FREAKING MADE IT. SUCK ON THAT!!!! ...
Like nowhere else either of us have ever been, Sao Paulo – "Sampa" to the local “Paulinistos” - is the archetypal concrete jungle. The largest city in the southern hemisphere (19 million inhabitants and rising) it is basically miles and miles of office blocks, traffic-jammed highways, high rises and shopping malls. It also has a reputation for high crime rates – cars whilst driving would ...
... in 2006, now she talks to 15 a month.
Hemana is head of academic relations. Clearly this company takes great pride in its achievements and plans to continue that success in a big way going forward. Some stumbles as they tried to go into markets where the direct sales model did not work well but in Brazil women use the highest amounts of perfume in the world. Natura has refocused on increasing share in Latin America, then will try again to ...
So nothing much really happened in my second day in Brazil. My friend
has gone back to her home town to see family so I went exploring a bit
on my own.
Since I didn’t get money out at the airport I decided to hit the
local mall to get some money and also to get myself a sim card. On the
topic of sim card, the Brazilian phone number system is extremely
confusing. There are different area codes ...