Carillon Plaza Hotel
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... to expect of this very large Brazilian city
(Now the largest in Latin America, 11 million city, 20 million metropolitan,
covering 1500 square kilometers). We
were pleasantly surprised by its beauty.
Beautiful parks, bicycle lanes and pathways seemed to be
everywhere. We stopped at a large soccer
stadium (2014 World Cup), had a great meal at a modern Sao Paulo restaurant ...
... for the crowds to subside before making my way to the appointed spot. Going back to the hotel, I had no choice but to take the subway – so with trepidation, I queued for the metro ticket – considering the crowds, I did not take long to get my ticket. Once I had my ticket, I headed to the subway entrance. I put in my ticket and nothing came out – so I just stood there – the subway ...
... to to put their child in private school. Luckily, Ana is Spanish so she can communicate with the people we need to communicate with. I have managed to learn a few phrases so far. The ones I know are: bom dia (good morning), bom tarde (good afternoon), obrigado (thank you), and por favor (please).
Our meetings for the day consisted of meeting with Walter Teixeira from Grupo TX. Grupo TX provides services in documentation and ...
... with three Irish girls I met in the hostel. Christine, Jenny, Noirin and I headed to the Ibufuera park and walked around the AfroBrazilian museum whilst indulging in Acai. We had a great conversation about world matters and politics before heading to Traca de Uniao for samba dancing! Logical vs Irrational arguments. Louis remark about me being a special case made me laugh whilst eating the best pizza ever at Quintal do Braz. He later invited me to a glow paint party ...
Topic: History and Founding of Apontador - leading geolocations site in Brazil
5:00PM After visits, return transfer to hotel
Dinner on own
Today started off with a visit to UNICA, The Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association, where our speaker Luana Maia Oliveira gave us some very interesting background to the sugarcane industry. At first I was not sure what I would get out of this visit, but it turned out to be one of the most ...