Estanplaza Funchal - Faria Lima
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... Cana, Mexico was good. However, despite my itinerary changing, we did wind up stopping in Caracas, Venezuela. But only to let people on and off; I didn't have to leave my seat. Speaking of my seat, I was supposed to have a window seat but this lady asked if I wouldn't mind trading her husband who was like fifteen rows up, on an aisle seat. I said yes. Oh, I feel like I should mention the awesome fact that this whole exchange was in Portuguese. (I won't mention how many ...
... with a little English you find that hand movements and pointing takes over- everyone was very friendly and I got there without any trouble.
The zoo is your typical zoo with maybe more monkeys, snakes and spiders but all good- it must have been the school excursion day because the place was swamped with school children.
The Botanical gardens was first established in 1928 and was interesting - it has a very good rain forest board walk which was ...
... buildings, museums and old monuments. In fact, one of the other hotel guests actually asked us what we were doing there since it is the main business capital of Brazil. We took the metro to the Mercado Municipal, a massive food market where we were conned into buying fruit after being literally force-fed fruit by one of the vendors (my mum would have been proud of his persistence).
We then explored a small museum, where Sao Paulo was ...
On our way to Parati we had to stop at Sao Paulo as there was no direct bus from Curitiba. We stayed at a CouchSurfing friend. He is 48, lives with his old mother. They were so kind to us that we felt as at home. John spent with us all the time: the first evening he showed us Sao Paulo at night until 1:30 am, and the next day we went together to the parks, museums and the downtown. Thanks to him we really enjoyed this short trip to Sao ...
... ended with Elizabeth Wada, professor and coordinator for the Hospitality Programme at Universidade Anhembi Morumbi. She did not gloss over the major challenges facing Brazil as a whole, which in turn create challenges specifically in the travel industry. As anyone who has been watching the news will be aware, ongoing protests continue to be an issue in Brazil. Young people are obviously frustrated with the current state of the government and ...