George V Residence Itaim
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... how things will develop. On Monday the internship will start and I will keep you up how this is going in my future blogs for sure.
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... season was unusually dry means that Sao Paulo’s water supplies are now in trouble. The reservoirs are running extremely low. I think the Brazilian government are even looking at installing pumps to convert sea water into drinking water to solve the problem. We only lost water supply for a couple of days but many of the cities favelas are really suffering.
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... to to put their child in private school. Luckily, Ana is Spanish so she can communicate with the people we need to communicate with. I have managed to learn a few phrases so far. The ones I know are: bom dia (good morning), bom tarde (good afternoon), obrigado (thank you), and por favor (please).
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... all Brazilian corporations I have visited so far. It was an excellent tour.
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... this day.
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