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One of the top reasons I love being a part of this industry are the maps. At each of our appointments, we would see enlarged world maps with bright little dots indicating the presence of the company in the different parts of the world. For me, this makes the world really accessible and brings truth to the phrase 'the world is my oyster'.
And Sabre was no different! Being one of the top GDS', Sabre's Travel Network has its presence ...
... the airbnb conference November 21-23 in San Francisco, let me know so we can meet up. I will, of course, be there!
Since my camera was broken and not replaced until today and I have not had time to go out much, there are not too many photos today, but I did catch a nice street play and discovered a new neighborhood that had some great affordable things I picked up including a hat for the Amazon ($7.50), a bright red belt ($5) and ...
... friends. And take a nap. I'm going to read a little bit then go check in. So, it is now 10:20 and I am sitting at my gate, waiting to board the plane at 11:30. So, I figured out the Wi-Fi, it's actually good, I just was using the wrong one. I'm not gonna delete any of the earlier stuff though because it all happened and I'm just lazy and tired. Right when I figured out the internet, I got some messages from the Nati, telling me to call them on ...
São Paulo is so friendly for such a big city! Have enjoyed my tourist adventures here in Sampa, and have even mastered the Metrô & omnibus system by myself (even while having to ask for directions occasionally). Today's my last day in Sao Paulo; I've spent the last 4 days by myself, after being so graciously hosted by André, friend of Maya's. Maya & I had a great time meeting ...
... has a lot of the same problems with Portuguese that I do. Someone pointed that out halfway through the party, and over the course of the evening I repeatedly supported the notion that I speak like a toddler. I think the two of us understood each other very well. Everyone in the room shared in my amusement when he insisted on giving me a beijo on the cheek before leaving.
In many ways these study abroad experiences do remind me of being a child. ...