Blue Tree Premium Verbo Divino
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... rules and we basically are treated like herded cattle. I made a few adjustments to my backpack to make it look a little smaller but I think it was still pretty big. I was able to board the plane, nonetheless. I stowed my bag in the overhead compartment, which pretty much took like 3/4th of the space. A lady sitting behind me wasn't very pleased and I can hear her complains to her row mates. C'est la vie lady! The flight was about nine ...
I have to admit, one of the things I have enjoyed most in Brazil so far is the food! It is just AMAZING, so much so that I can foresee myself eating too much... and coming back considerably heavier than when I left! Firstly, the fruit here looks like it has been exposed to nuclear radiation because it is all absolutely massive. Also, there are some fruits which don’t even have a translation in English, like for ...
... his presentation and thought it cleared up some confusion I had previously. After our long day of meetings, Maria, Ana, and I decided to go to a local restaurant to grab a drink and some tapas. We asked our driver Mario to suggest a place where locals go. He suggested a very good restaurant full of local Brazilians. We did a lot of people watching at this restaurant! It was great to relax and see how Brazilians interact. ...
... etc - a pleasant change from carne, carne, carne. Home for another nap before some club time at D-edge. Despite our best efforts we didn't get inside the club, arrived at 12.30am and by 1.30am still not inside - the line was huge and not in a hurry to move. We decided raiding the mini bar and bed was a better option and headed back to our hotel. Friday 8th Nov '13 A fabulous sleep in and then last birthday surprise for Mr Moo, a ...
... Asia and Europe.
I took some pictures from the bus on the way to Itaś in Sao Paulo which is our first scheduled business meeting. One thing that really captured my attention was this graffiti mural by Eduardo Koby giving tribute to Oscar Niemeyer, the famous Brazilian Architect who died a few years ago. The mural covered one side of an entire skyscraper (see photo or go to www.vkvkvkv). There are also the "Twins", two famous ...