Estanplaza Nacoes Unidas
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... free walking tours of the city, with Dan. However, as soon as our tour guide, the most enthusiastic woman ever, started talking our faces fell. We decided to cut the 4 hour tour a little short and bailed out half way, taking with us a couple of Aussies and a Swede we met called Arlen, Wensel and Francesca. We headed to the Mercado Municipal, a huge indoor food market, for some lunch. That afternoon we took shelter from a storm in the closest pub and played a ...
This is my first day in Sao Paulo. Yesterday in the early morning I had a really hard time to say my family and friends goodbye for half a year, but after that, the adventure began! Thanks for all the farewell whishes!
It was a really long travel by plane, and I couldn't get any sleep, or maximum half an hour in total because I was sitting next to a yelling brazillian high school class. But anyway, after ...
... our bellies we headed in that direction with our new friends Billy and Rob. After a long trek we made it to the market and sat down and ordered two mortadella sandwiches. They were MASSIVE, full of meat and looked so tasty we gobbled them down instantly. Poor Billy is a vegetarian, so he sat and drank a beer, while we scoffed our faces. After, all Billy wanted was a hard juicy apple, so after investigating each fruit stall, he decided on a medium sized apple. The anticipation ...
... Alex the facility manager and Christiane, the engineer. The class had a very interesting tour of the feminine hygiene production plant. It was a great exposure to industrial automation for production, packaging and boxing of the napkins and panty liners, all made up of non woven cellulose. 2000 cases with 48 units per case are assembled per day through robotics engineering. Yes, the robots have totally replaced humans ...
... working for one of the days and is a little temperamental at times. We have just discovered that it is the one year anniversary of this hostel and at 11pm tonight the party will start and no one will be able to sleep, you must come and get drunk -this is the quote from the owner, oh dear, we will barricade the door and wear earplugs, hats and sleep with our pillow on top of our heads. Chile really is out to get us.
Saturday however, was a beautiful day and after our ...