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Travel Blogs from Curitiba
... started with a revolutionary printer that made transactions and payments much easier for banks and merchants. It was nice to hear the decisions that Marcel took to help grow the company and those that with hindsight he wishes he had taken.
Friday was also our last day in Curitiba and just before leaving we decided to capture some footage of the revolutionary transit system in the city.
... br> Finally we reached the zoo and saw many neat animals. Interestingly the zoo admission was free as is the case for many other cultural attractions within Brazil such as museums and botanical gardens. The reason for this is that in Brazil there is a special cultural tax that all business pay. The proceeds from this tax must be used to promote cultural spaces and events.
... in this reserve we saw a huge cement watch tower and several other animals including one huge Capybara.
The next day we went to visit the Oscar Niemeyer museum which was a huge structure in the shape on an eye that had on display the Escher exhibition. Later that day we went to visit Leaonardo at he offices of Endeavor in Curitiba. The office was located in a huge building sponsored by FINEP and SEBRAE
... br> (Bill) and Thay to a nautical/pirated themed bar/restaurant called Barba
(beard) where we had burgers and drinks with a group of AIESECers. It
was cool to meet everybody (more names to remember now) and I learnt a
few more Portuguese words while I was there. Had a lot of laughs and
good conversations tonight, ...
... Regardless we had to pay out that good luck with the expected 6 hour, actual 9 hour bus trip to Curitiba; delayed as a result of horrendous traffic out of Sao Paulo.
Both of us were kind of relieved to be leaving Sao Paulo. You really want to love the place, you do, but it’s just so hard. He’s an example; you don’t expect outbound city highways to be pretty but Sao Paulo’s straddles this brown water cement canal and is encased ...