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... from Caracas to Margarita Island. Unfortunately, no access to the ferry schedule (my favoured mode of transport) was available online. I had read that the ferry lines were sporadic and undependable so I decided to just go to the ferry terminal in Puerto La Guaira and grab the next boat. The more research I did and the more forums I visited the more I realized that going to the ferry terminal was an exercise in futility and an expense I didn't ...
... juice but much richer, with a slight taste of chocolate. Apparently acaí berries are very nutritional and contain so many calories that people sometimes have an acaí smoothie instead of a meal!
I have had yet more daring adventures with public transport in Sao Paulo, mostly because my sense of direction needs work. I tried to get a bus to go and look at a potential apartment, missed the first three because like ...
Even São Paulo has the world's worst traffic jams, according to Time magazine, we arrived early to the first meeting where we met Mr. Walter Teixeira, President of TX Group. His company provides data solutions and documentation to corporate travel clients. Since so many companies are still using an invoicing system, and because Brazilian law requires a record of documentation for corporate travel expenses, companies work ...
... crucial transportation projects.
Speaker: Jimena Berlanga
Topic: Site Visit to Factory, distribution center, vertical factory and service lane
Address: Rodovia Anhanguera, Km 30,5, city of Cajamar, São Paulo
Next we visited Natura, a direct-sales manufacturer of cosmetics, personal hygiene and perfumery products, at their beautiful sprawling campus located outside Sao ...
... for a movie. We worked out that cinemas are generally in shopping centres, that often they change the title, and that when it says Dublado it means it is dubbed and Legendado means subtitled in Portugese Brazilian. So lots of English language movies and we saw The Impossible (about the Thai tsunami). In the process we also became experts on travelling the Metro - less than £1 a journey - good for a long distance, bad for a two ...