George V Alto de Pinheiros Hotel
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... people, more than 2 or 3x bigger than London. We heard it called a concrete jungle a few times and many people say don’t stop
there unless you have to. But we didn’t have another option as there was no direct connection and also we kind of wanted to see how such a big city is like.
Thursday 4th December
In the morning we are really quite tired after a short sleep and just the thought of having to pack our bags and go ...
... trying to figure out the words to the national anthem and seeing all of the drama and emotion that came out of the games. It’s almost as great as the Olympics. So now it’s over and I am sad. The entire city has taken down its green and yellow for another four years.
That’s probably the last I’ll write on that. My life has been pretty chill. I’ve been doing stuff most days, but nothing ...
... not trust their employees on how they are going to spend their money. In this case, Ms. Mendes mentioned the importance of understanding their culture; having a credit card was and still is a luxury and people have to learn how to use it.
One of the last topics of this meeting was "open booking", a controversial topic in corporate travel sometimes referred as managed travel 2.0. As MT 2.0 continues to gain followers, the supply ...
... guys and they took me to another club where I met Nayane. She told me an emotional story about her upbringing, her parents had been killed in a car crash and she was left to look after her two younger brothers in a favela in Bela Horizonte. Her plan was to work in São Paulo until she had enough money to buy an apartment in Rio. She had already lived with an Italian in South Africa and a German in Germany. She said I was crazy handsome which was a huge compliment because she ...
... today’s competitive global environment as the company pursues new opportunities in other markets.
That evening we found Restaurante Spot after a long walk. We wanted to have a light dinner. I believe that’s where I had my first Caipirinha made with lime, sugar and Cachaša also known as Brazilian rum.
To learn how to make a Brazilian Caipirinha click here
Fernando's quote: "There are no sins below the equator"