Caesar Business Sao Paulo Faria Lima
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... a fantastic pride she carried with her - probably just like we do. We were brought to their presentation room which was arranged like an airplane with plane seats on rows. The presentation went through the 14 year history of Gol and I noticed the airlines’ slogan, which is "Low cost, Low fare". It’s in sharp contrast to the experiences we had in Dubai and Abu Dhabi at Emirates and Etihad, but what it made me realize is that the airlines are just adapting ...
... it was probably the most interesting exhibition venue I have ever been in. Retaining the original features, with each patient room being an separate artist exhibition space.
The exhibition was a mixture of Brazilian and international artists, none of whom I recognised, but some pretty interesting stuff.
This is the East London esque area of the city, with antique shops, ...
... his explanation that one arrives in style to land on a high rise building directly above us. If the traffic on the day of the Brazil v Mexico game is anything to go by then quite honestly I don't blame them. Having fought the crowds on the metro to arrive at the Fifa fan fest to watch the game, we are dismayed to see hoards of people queuing outside the venue with still an hour and a half until kick off. Fortunately, Chris and wife Yasmin's decision to bring ...
... and Salvador proved to be costly and eating into our travel funds. Although we were only making a cheap and cheerful pasta, it made us realise how much we missed cooking! The pasta turned out to be one of our most satisfying meals since we arrived in Brazil with Nayan turning it into a penne arrabiata due to a generous helping of chilli sauce!
The following day, we hiked for 2.5 hours to the beautiful Lopes Mendes beach. I managed to fall over ...
... e.g. the polishing of windows, design and production of new chair covers, stickers etc.). We saw how the giant tyres, breaks etc. are maintained etc. Did you know that a tyre is exchanged each 200 and breaks each 600 landings, which could easily be a 2-week schedule. Therefore it is important to have sufficient stock on each of the airports to check, maintain and exchange the things over night. Another thing that really fascinated me was the ...