Comfort Hotel Nova Paulista
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... hamburger, we’re talking approx. 30cm diameter, with Brazilian bacon, cheese and pizza bases. It was called a “heart attack on a plate”, a recipe from the internet. They were really fun and welcoming and I was really grateful for their invitation as I think I would have felt quite lonely on my first day here if I had been alone L . Oh yeah and also when we drove to the market, there were some cows just ...
... because I thought the languages would sound more similar because the words look similar.
2. I was also surprised when I often saw stingray guts floating in the ocean and sitting on the beach as leftovers from the fishermen’s catch of the day.
I loved it when...we swam in the pool and ocean.
Things you may not know about Brazil are:
1. Capoeira is the national sport.
2. Many business and schools ...
... if I was an international and I replied, "Yes, I'm American." He did not speak a word of English except to later tell me "I love you." During our conversation, kissed my hand, asked me to give him a kiss on the cheek, kissed my cheek, and we talked for a bit (one of the others could speak little English so he "translated"). They asked if I was married, do I have a boyfriend, and then he asked me to marry him. Haha. It was a great way to end my long ...
... took a bus into the centre of the city to see the Cathedral, Sao Francisco and Sao Antonio churches, and the Teatro Muncipal. The Santander building was closed so we went to the Edificio Italia for a coffee and a wonderful view over the city from the 41st floor.
I didn't take many photos outside because Leonor told me to be wary of muggers.
We took the metro back to Vila Mariana. It was during the rush-hour ...
... is now producing raw materials that can be used for production of tires, bioplastic used by P&G, cellulose, alcohol detergents and other solvents used in cosmetics, perfumes and other household products. I also found interesting that they also burn the bagasse which is the leftover sugarcane biomass and convert it into clean bioelectricity. I can see how California with all their environmental requirements would be an obvious ...