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... part of the afternoon in the pool, we attended a 'Brazilian Dance Class' which was lasted about an hour and was fantastic - the guy organising it was such fun and had an eclectic 80s brazilian fashion sense. After that, we played a few games of pool and returned at about 9.30 to the hotel to change and head out for dinner, although at this point our bodies ached and we were all exhausted. The next morning, we were up early to make the most ...
... grow outside of South America, particularly with their EKOS brand which are eco-friendly products. Overall, our first day was full of new experiences & learning regarding business in Brazil. The evening was capped off with dinner at a traditional Churascaria, where I ate way too much, but hey, it's part of the experience! I have to admit the food is quite amazing & well flavored. Also, the coffee is just the way I like ...
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Personally, I hung out with the kids for the majority of the day. My job was to make sure no child bounced out of the trampoline or forgot to take turns. It was delightful. There was an expedition or two to the popcorn machine and beauticians. I marvel at the generosity of all who participated from organizing the event to offering their professional services to the seminary interns who gave up their respective Saturdays. ...
... Today we were picked up by an exchange student that came through Paeroa College when Gabriel and I were there, and he took us around to his place for lunch. His flatmates and friends had made hand-made pasta and some beef, which was an awesome change from struggling to figure out what we are ordering! I now can see why the meat here is so salty though; They unloaded LOTS of salt all over the meat, put some in the roasting dish, then put it in the oven. Nothing was ...
... streets with imaginative boutique style shops and cafes. Streets have specific types of shops along them so one street differs from the next in a massive way. We walked along the environmental street first with organic clothing, recycled and refurbished furniture and vertical gardens amongst the highlights. Other streets were dedicated to antiques, design, musical instruments, art and lots more. São Paulo is very impressive and some of these shopping streets would be the envy of ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service