Green Place Flat Ibirapuera
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... that had live samba music and tasty mojito's. It was actually the first time that we experienced live samba music in Brazil, something that was a shock when we were in Rio, I had imagined that live music would be a key feature during our stay in Brazil but it seemed very hard to come by. So it was lovely to finally achieve that vision.
The following day we were to catch an overnight bus to Ilha Grande, Argentina, so we had a full day ...
Although the majority of these travel blogs have been written as close to the announced date as possible, it is also true that many I have written are in fact a recounting of events that occurred what only feels like years ago. I'm not going to lie. This blog is one of those and so if the events seem hazy, ill remembered and inconsistent with our typical goings on it is very very likely I have made it up in ...
... it was amazing to see the flavalas everywhere surrounding SaoPaulo, and a large expanse of water!! the trip was going great, raining outside so no problem having a travel morning. about 20minutes before our intended arrival we stopped...for 1hour thanks to an accident between 2trucks. pretty lame considering we needed el bano (aka the bathroom). the driver wasn't keen to let us visit the bushes so it was a waiting game. thankfully once ...
... slowest growing. According to Elizabeth, it is actually Colombia, Chile and Peru, which are booming markets at the moment. The Brazilian economy heavily depends on agriculture (no 1 exporter in meat) and natural resources (oil, minerals). As a result, a lot of business travel goes to far-off regions, where TM is a particular challenge. Another great part of corporate travel is made up by government travel. Yearly government travel budgets account ...
... out that Brazilian culture was not too socially conservative, certainly not consistent with the church.
Fernando explained that Sao Paulo originally made money on coffee growing. The ideal climate made it worth growing and transporting by rail to the ports. The British provided the expertise to build the railways to the coast.
Finally he filled us in with his take on education in Brazil. The Rich kids go to private schools and they are ...