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... Elisa Carneiro, the Director of Customer Services and Business Operations, walked us through the way Sabre operates and talked a bit about the company's other two arms, Hospitality Solutions and Airline Solutions. Alex Schoti, whose job completely involves supporting clients with GetThere, their online booking tool (OBT), then took over. Alex and Elisa were really aware of how new we were to the industry and broke everything down for us. Surely ...
... colored sleeveless Ts for $10 each. Of course electronics are very expensive, and although my camera was used (like new though), it cost as much as a new one in the States! Much better zoom and resolution than my previous one, which was 4 years old before I broke it (a record for me!).
Not Everything is as it May Seem
Before any of you allows themselves to turn too green with envy at my lifestyle, there are many challenges others do ...
... phone. After not being able to figure out where to pay, I realized it was for collect calls. So then I called and Vini picked up and it was just awesome. I'm sooooo close. We're texting right now. I'll see them in just a couple hours!!!!!!!!!!!! Security here is a lot more lenient. I took stuff out of my bag and I don't think I needed to based on the looks I got. But it was fine. I'm just ready to get out of this place and not be on ...
... Ualdo for samba, Mauricio & Adriana's for impromptu jamming, Dudu & Gustavo for dancing & hearing samba at O Borogodó. Then I went to hear Bruno Roberti at Ao Vivo on my own, and he was fantastic!! Thanks to craigslist, I found a private Portuguese teacher who met with me yesterday for an intro class and today we will meet again for a 2-hour class. (Yay Mariana!)
... spent twenty years learning how to fend for myself, particularly within our exceptionally individualistic and self-sustaining culture. Now I find myself once again highly dependent on others to be totally understood. To be honest, however, that's not always as bad of a thing as I expected.
In my next entry, I'm planning to write about a couple linguistic observations I've made. Hopefully you'll find them as entertaining as I do.
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