Tivoli Sao Paulo Mofarrej
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... which looks like a green orange, but is baby pink in the middle. I suppose being in a country which has a tropical region in the North, most fruit and vegetables are very fresh and great quality, not like some of the fruit which we have in the UK which has been shipped across the world. Although having said that, I do miss English fruit juice. Juice here is made from water, fruit pulp and A LOT of sugar, it’s ...
... Sales Manager, Grupo Alatur - HRG. He offered us a cafezinho that none of us refused. Alatur is the leader travel management company in Brazil, which represents HRG worldwide. They have four different business units working independently from each other: corporate travel, events and incentives, HRG and personal travel services. Moreover, he gave us an overview of the business travel scenario in Brazil, which according to HRG - ...
... into our hands in a bid to gain our custom, the fishmongers were selling fish you'd expect to see on Robson Green's Extreme Fishing and one stall was even selling Duff beer! Kelly thought she'd make a purchase and went for a strange sweet orange-looking fruit only to find out at the checkout that it cost £10. Quite a lot for an orange.
We had a delicious feijoada for late lunch and dragged our sorry hungover selves back to bed at ...
... music (think hip-hop). Also, surprise, surprise, the other intern at the church is Rodrigo - the student who will be coming to Candler in the next semester. The congregation is small but caring. Hugs and kisses and welcomes all around. My favorite was a senhora who gives hugs that say "hi, i love you sister/brother. welcome." Debora preached on the healing of the blind man in Mark 8:22-26. She preached about the process and about how we are involved in the process of healing ...
... seem bothered by the fact that I was sick in her house, and we had a lot to talk about. Yesterday afternoon, I mustered enough energy for us to go to an outdoor crafts fair that only occurs on Sundays. Then I moved into a B&B, since I never plan to stay with couchsurfing folks for more than 2 nights -- but I hope Emilia may have time to get together again later in the week.
At the Portuguese school this ...