Gran Estanplaza Sao Paulo
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... I have always been interested in boxing and think that it is a good spiritual way of practicing conciousness and presence. So it is really great he will show me some muy thai and maybe I am totally attracted to it and start doing it when I go to uni or something. I will keep you updated on how many punches and kicks hit my face in the next blogs haha.
So I am out for the day, hope you had an interesting read, I will write again in a couple of days! See ya then! Love, henri
I have to admit, one of the things I have enjoyed most in Brazil so far is the food! It is just AMAZING, so much so that I can foresee myself eating too much... and coming back considerably heavier than when I left! Firstly, the fruit here looks like it has been exposed to nuclear radiation because it is all absolutely massive. Also, there are some fruits which don’t even have a translation in English, like for ...
... Group to track, reconcile and synthesize data related to their traveler's transactions. This is an example of the many manual processes are still used in corporate travel management in the Brazilian market and the sensibility of credit card usage for hotel and rental car payments.
After a wonderful and extended lunch break at "Dona Onca" meaning Miss Leopard, a very trendy restaurant suggested to us by Mr. Teixeira, we met Mr. ...
... about rubbing it in a bit. Perhaps doing a celebratory dance at the station was little too much. We met up with Marcel and Isabel again and began our tour of Sao Paulo. After a bite to eat my hangover really set in and I began to fall victim to the hot busy city. By the time we got to Mercado Municipal, an enormous indoor market, we were flagging but once inside we couldn't help but forget about our hangovers. Traders thrust chunks of ...
The first day of business visits took us to Itau, Brazil's largest and most profitable bank. Speaker Gustavo Rodrigues of the Institutional investor relations presented an overview of banking in Brazil. Itau and Unibanco were family owned banks and merged in 2008 in order to compete internationally. Itau has a prestigious image in Brazil, strong family brand name and a strong commitment to sustainability. In order to continue to grow, they ...