Blue Tree Premium Faria Lima
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... walked through the main cathedral in the city, which is beautiful, and then had to get the metro back to where Andrea works. It was just a couple of stops, but it was interesting to see the metro there.
At the point where you have to buy a ticket to get onto the metro, it was full of homeless people. They would just come up to you in line and ask you for money, but I never felt endangered by any of them. ...
... in, Brixiga. Luckily, it was pretty simple to figure out, if you can do the tube in London you can do any metro system really.
We got off at Brigadeiro station and before we could even get the guide book out, 2 women on segways rode past and gave us a map of the area. So after just one wrong turn we got to the hostel (limetime hostel) pretty easily.
We were greeted by a very friendly guy who showed us to a 6 bed dorm with just 1 other person in ...
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... the company’s cash flow by $40M.
Overall the tour was interesting but it would have been nice to briefly meet with a high level executive to discuss some of Embraer’s key challenges as a manufacturer in Brazil, growth plans, and their current market strategies and initiatives. Embraer also developed a new jet engine that runs on ethanol. It will be interesting to see how this ties into ethanol production and ...
... club goer having got the fancy dress event date wrong and now sternly regretting his choice of attire, or perhaps it was simply his kink and he liked to dress up in uniform to have weird role play interactions with his hook ups. Disturbed by this last thought I chased the image from my head and thought nothing more of the man. It turned out he was actually a fireman on duty to prevent a reoccurrence of the horrific events of late January, when a firework flare sparked ...