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... took a taxi to Dona Zilah in the Jardims.
As Milton and I know, this city is amazing, and I think Tod is getting the vibe... we walked up to Paulista after lunch and meandered... into the Leonardo DaVinci exhibit, and thru a few stores and a some drinks and ...
... to get into a sleep inducing position, and being the cheapest option it is most likely to have the more unpleasant/I'm going to try and steal your stuff kinda people. The full sleeper was an extra £20 so we are going to see how it works out this time on a shorter (12hour) journey. I could still do with picking up some valium or diazipam though, from what I understand it is prescription only here.
At the bus stop we said cheerio to James ...
An early start leaving our hotel at 5.15am for our 8.45am flight from Lima to São Paulo. Travelmarvel had a guide and a driver pick us up and look after us until we were through the check in and in the line to pass through security which we thought was pretty good service considering our tour had ended two days before. The Lan Flight was again on time this time a 767 with Football fans from all over South ...
... has a newsletter, conducts researches and is responsible for the Corporate Travel Index in Brazil. Our host Alina, GM of ALAGEV, mentioned that doing operations in Brazil and Argentina shows enormous differences – Argentina’s TM industry is about 8-10 years behind. According to Alina, the biggest challenges for TM in South America are political and economic hurdles as well as the cultural diversity.
In June 2013, a lot ...
... Coffee Break
4h30pm: Meeting with executive
§ 6:00PM Return to hotel
§ Dinner on own
§ Overnight: Hotel Caesar Business Paulista, Sao Paulo (2)
Monday, June 3
Today is our first day of business visits and it looks like its going to be a busy day. We had discussed "Brazilian Time" and how it was culturally acceptable in Brazil to be late and although Fernando wanted to make sure we were on time for all of ...