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... of margaritas later I was actually feeling pretty good! So we went back to the hostel for a game of pool. We played against some American guys and some Mexican guys and the beers and dancing got flowing. This was the true vibe of a hostel :) We had some epic challenges which involved a Gollum impersonation, a worm off and a lesion in Australian slang. Good night :) now were packing to head up to Fortaleza for the heat and sun. So for now, Buenos NACHOES! ...
... This is because most officials live “close to the vote” and travel each week back and forth to Brasilia - Brazil’s capital and political centre. International business travel is likely to expand. In particular the travel to other emerging markets with which Brazil establishes multinational trade agreements. There are strong relations with China; South Korea is upcoming. At the moment US and Europe are less attractive. ...
They will be closing this site, building a site 3 x bigger called Ekos Park to
prepare for future growth "Well, Be Well" is slogan and approach to
business. They do not approve new products that are not sustainable
On the way out we stopped to take a group picture in the open air space where we entered. It was a beautiful open air space that was still covered. The roof was raised above the wall tops and it had ...
... Small town boy now in big concrete jungle!
Anyway, the airport was a lot more interesting than in Chile. This was the first time ever that the plane did not connect directly to the gate. When we pulled up in just an empty space it was a bit strange, like a quarantine or something. But then a line of buses turned up and took us to the actual terminal. Certainly an interesting experience.
The customs ...
British sarcasm, you either love it or you looooove it. Well we all "loved" Sao Paulo so much, Sean named it the City of Dreams! I didn't know very much about it before arriving but I thought an enormous city of nearly 20 million people would have at least one noteworthy landmark. I was wrong.