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... since qq years where I did not venture there 3 years for lack of confidence, I finally set foot in Brazil !!
Finally it is done alone, a stop in Madrid and presto, we retouve the middle of the urban jungle of Sao Paulo, a city of 12 million people .....! So yes it is great! And I like that, people, language, style street food ... The city is quite undulating with small streets to the wall sometimes a bit run ...
Happy birthday to me lovely sister! It feels like last week that I was wishing you happy birthday from the Galapagos! Time has flown by! I can't believe you are 20 already!
Sam and I started our day a little hungover, but we decided to go for a walk anyway and do some exploring of Sao Paulo. Bruno gave us a few recommendations of places that we have to check out, so we started our day by walking down Avenida Paulista which is one of the nicest streets in Sao Paulo.
We arrived in São Paulo at around 7am and checked into our Ibis Budget hotel, which suited us perfectly. The room was quite small but had a bunk bed over our double bed which we could use for storage, a small TV and importantly was cheap as they only put their prices up the night before and of a game, rather than for the whole World Cup period like other places! Plus the buffet breakfast was only £3 and put to good use! São Paulo with 20 million inhabitants is a ...
We were flying to Sao Paulo today. We had breakfast in the hostel again then Steve and Kerry went into town to change some left over pesos from Argentina. We got a very rubbish rate as their currency is not worth much at the minute and nobody wants it. Once back at the hostel we arranged a transfer to the airport and was all packed and ready to go. Our flight was different to Jo's as it was full by the time we had got around ...
... of the hotels are on the GDS, again these are the international chains in major cities. However, as Brazil heavily depends on its agriculture and natural resources such as oil, gas, minerals etc., a great amount of business travel goes far beyond São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro or Brasilia.
Direct invoicing is very common in Brazil still (85%) and fiscal documents have to be stored 5 years, TX Group takes care of matching the data of the client, TA/TMC and the bank ...