Braston Hotel Sao Paulo
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... 80 countries. The relationship with the clients was in general in focus and their policy in this area is that all clients will be visited at least once a month. This story reminded me of an analogy a Sales Director in Dubai told us – Selling is like flirting/dating, you have to call and be there around your girl/client or else she will find a new man/provider. Our last appointment of the day was with the owner Walter Teixeira of Grupo ...
... for a cool market in town though that sold mortadella sandwiches. Apparantly if you come to Sao Paulo you have to try one. I met Camilo [from my hostel] and a family from Sao Paulo that were also on the tour. We went to the market afterwards to have a sandwich. It was good, just a big sanwich filled with a lot of meat. Camilo and I then went to the market afterwards as I had had spied a big pile of figs and wanted to buy some. The guys at the stall just ...
... 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. ...