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will never go back there again
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... as much enthusiasm. Jahy Carvalho, the Director of Sales and Account Management, kicked off the presentation with an overview of the Brazilian market. Paulo Falcao, the Director of M&I, then talked about strategic meetings management (SMM). Reuben Luiz, the HR Manager, explained the BCD Knowledge Hub, performance appraisals and the like to us, and finally, Manolo de San Félix, the IT Director, walked us through how the Travel Portal ...
... there will be or time to develop photos on this adventure either but I will do my best to allow some downtime each day, if possible, to develop photos, blog and make art.
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... be taking samples to the university, as the back of his van was filled with boxes. Been to the supermarket already, but forgot to get a SIM so will go this afternoon and get one. I'm quite tired considering I slept loads on the flight, still need to ...
... is famous for (and we had had in Rio) so we went to one that was highlighted in the lonely planet-it's the oldest pizzeria in São Paulo and housed in a former brothel!! It was Iovely pizza, we walked home in the ******* rain! Wasn't prepared for the cold there after Paraty!
This morning after breakfast we packed and checked out and went up to Starbucks to use the free wifi as the hostels wifi ...
No, I mean seriously.
We arrive in Sao Paulo at around 8:00 pm something (i.e. 12 hours after the original ETA). The immigration takes a couple of minutes. It's amazing how efficient it is. I am impressed : maybe 10 or 15 lines are open (Brazilian nationals, foreigners).
The airport looks terrible on the other hand. It feels like I landed in Angola years ago. Just a bit less dirty and disorganized :)