Caesar Business Sao Paulo Faria Lima
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... well as dominoes. We have already booked a hotel at the Casablanca Motel Ltda for 3 nights at 256.77R. The way we got to the hotel was that we took the bus was leaving by bus at 12:46 with many short stops and transfers that cost 6R for both of us and took a total time of 53 minutes so by time we got to the hotel it was 1:39PM. It was already lunch time and traveling and playing with the locals made us hungry so at the hotel we ate of the ...
... through some parks and market areas. There were a lot of bands dotted around. The guide informed us this is a city wide drive to get people out and about.
Two and a half hours in it started to rain, so Ed and I cut a hasty exit. I feel a bit bad not hanging around to tip the guide as he did a really good job, but at that point it was already starting to feel like a bit of a drag.
I'm heading south ...
... up, I don't remember this happening. I woke up fully clothed, make-up on and money pouch at the ready. I had left my key in the door when coming in the night before. I'm glad I didn´t make it out as who knows what would have happened!! The next morning we met back with Kelsey and our new friends Billy and Rob from Oxford. The plan was to head to the flea market. First Ami and I took a trip to the supermarket. It was absolutely packed so we headed for the line which was ...
... got to the centre and I was hobbling around as my foot was in agony. We had read much about the amazing food in the city. Apparently, the pizza is so good that even Italians are bowled over by the taste (this comes thanks to Italian immigration to the city in the late 19th century). We wouldn't know, however, as we didn't do so well on the food front either. We'll just have to accept it as a failed ...
... attracts from wealthy countries like the US and Germany, with the largest concentration of US companies outside of the US and the largest concentration of German companies outside of Germany.
In terms of individual wealth however, Fernando indicated that 90% of the wealth belonged to 9% of the population. There were plenty of opportunities later to see the problems with this. Interestingly, 70% of the population is Roman Catholic but in general, ...