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... as the Uruguayan supporters were running out of steam, I finally realised that an automated voice announced the next station.
From Corinthians-itaquera station, I changed at Republica, after thirteen stations. At Republica, I took the yellow line heading towards Butanta and then changed at Paulista for the green line heading towards Vila Madelena. I dropped-off at the next station, Clinicas. I jumped ...
... to to put their child in private school. Luckily, Ana is Spanish so she can communicate with the people we need to communicate with. I have managed to learn a few phrases so far. The ones I know are: bom dia (good morning), bom tarde (good afternoon), obrigado (thank you), and por favor (please).
Our meetings for the day consisted of meeting with Walter Teixeira from Grupo TX. Grupo TX provides services in documentation and ...
In the evening, we met my Leonor's son and his partner and went to a local padaria which also serves soups and sandwiches - a number of similar places in the city.
We then went to an Umbundu ceremony in the courtyard of a house which was used as an Umbundu temple. Umbundu, a word by intention or chance which is the same as the name of one of the main Bantu languages of Angola (one of the ...
... a global sponsor of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. Johnson & Johnson has a nearly 80 year history in Brazil addressing the
health care needs of the Brazilian people
We had a long ride back to the hotel. That night we opted for a scrumptious sushi dinner at JAM! I think we were developing an aversion to beef.
What I learned from Fernando: Oscar Niemeyer, was a Brazilian architect born in ...
... meeting (but worth it !) and an hour in a bar !
Act IV : catching a (not that early) flight
I managed (after pulling out most of my hair out of rage and despair) to buy a plane ticket to Porto Seguro. My plane was leaving at 10 am from Guarulhos (spelling ?) International Airport. I had to be there at 9, as it was only a domestic flight.
Well, let's not throw stones at Sao Paulo : Paris is pretty much the same. Who ...