Feller Avenida Paulista
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... a football pitch, often with a stand for fans. It’s incredible commitment to the beautiful game, which I wholeheartedly respect.
So, we headed onto the checkpoint of the Trail, had our photo taken as a group in front of the welcome sign and then got our passports stamped (I didn’t work out whether they check your passports as they want to know exactly who’s going in and out because it’s such a protected World Heritage Site, or whether it’s ...
... and clothes.
From here we took the bus to the city center. We were told the city center was a good place to go to see buildings, architecture, but above all, SHOPPING :) And boy... did we go shopping alright. There were so many department stores, clothing stores, street vendors, food, but above all, music. It was like a live party in the alley ways of Sao Paulo. We were so excited to buy the famous Havainas flip flops here for only $6 as oppose to paying ...
... drive me through to my new home. I always thought taxi and busdrivers are dangerous drivers in , but here they really go crazy. I have a lot of respect for her drivingskills.
When we drove through my living neighborhood, there were a lot of very steep hills. I think I have to cross that neighborhoud to reach my university and first I thought of going there by bike, after seeing those hills, I have ...
... meeting today was with ALAGEV - The Latin American Association of Events and Corporate Travel Managers. Their mission is to integrate and connect the market of corporate travel and events in Latin America by promoting professionalization and development of the business by sharing best practices, with a focus to their clients. Mr. Eduardo Murad, Director and Ms. Nicole Boh, Manager, shared with us their experience in the Latin ...
... market and marvelled at the range of meats, fruit and veg, and fish on sale. We took a diversion to have a look at a train station, built by the British back in the day which looked uncannily like the station in Carlisle, before getting the metro back to the apartment, where we were meeting everyone else to go out for lunch. Ever since we had arrived in Rio we had heard about feijoada, a Brazilian black bean stew, that came highly recommended. It also comes with ...