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Our esteemed colleague Tod Shockey from Toledo (the one in Ohio, not España) has a talk at USP tomorrow. So, me being not the one to miss an opportunity to visit my favorite city offered to serve as tour guide.
We left OP on the 6am bus, and flew to Congonhas ...
... aided somewhat by the Spanish count-in at the start of The Offspring's Pretty Fly for a White Guy.
When we got to Sao Paulo the first thing Ed and I did was to try and book our way back out on an overnighter to Florianopolis <sic>. We were presented with the three bus options as mentioned above and decided to stay with this intermediate type of sleeper. I vetoed the regular bus for two reasons: if you haven't got two seats to yourself it is ...
... with South American airlines (TAM in this case) no gate/check in announcements were made, so i was waiting & waiting until i decided to walk around & ask what was happening. Turns out check in was open but they failed to announce it. Typical. Lucky however as i may have missed that flight.
Hopped on and the flight arrived at 1:30am, 30 minutes late, got to love south America. But i had arrived & it was time for the 3rd world adventure to ...
... now, ALAGEV has 11 committees that are dedicated to topics i.e. new technology, MICE etc. Committee' members are from the supplier and buyer side and cover various industries. The most dominant is the pharmaceutical though. Committee members meet once a month in São Paulo, discuss the latest happenings and issues in their field and function as a think tank and research group developing content for the ALAGEV events.
Next to various ...
... grand prix the day it happened. It was also my first experience with a remote raggedy and one that could affect me. Seeing his resting place was very sad but I was also really happy to have visited and paid my respects for what he had achieved. To that end me and Carine tidied up his grave, and each put out flowers down for him, yellow and green for the Brazilian national colours. I rubbed my fingers across his name on the golden headstone, thanked him and ...