Hotel Pullman Sao Paulo Vila Olimpia
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... big pictures for us to point at. We managed (after some confusion) to order 2 caipirinhas. One lemon and one tropical. They made these much stronger than they were at the hostels and we were both pretty tipsy after half a glass!
We rambled on about how stupid we felt not being able to speak any portugese and how we are just enforcing the stereotype of ignorant english people abroad. We vowed to make more of an effort!
On Monday, we got the metro to ...
... amp; I were very excited for this meeting because we will be starting our internships with BCD in August. I became even more excited when I learned the two people we were meeting with are in the same department within BCD that I will be joining in August. We met with Rodrigo Lima and Marcia Almeida, two Performance Solutions Managers. They were so helpful in giving me information about the department, projects that ...
... next to the fish counter was a fish bar serving sushi and oysters all washed down with either a glass of white or pint of stout ale. We thought of home and escaped the food chaos before we spent any more money. The Metro doors slammed behind me and we were separated. Hannah pointed towards the next stop and I mouthed 'Republica', neither of us agreeing on what to do in the split second we had to decide. I hopped off at the next stop (not Republica) and ...
... the bus that it is not uncommon for banks to charge 20% a month on outstanding credit card balances if you miss a single payment. Can you imagine your credit card interest rate jumping up to 240% APY for missing a single payment? The main problem with Brazil is that it is not growing at the pace it once was. A major contributor to this lack of growth is Brazil lacks the necessary infrastructure to transport its good to ports by any ...
... sight like you get from the top of the Rockefeller building or St Peter's Basilica but it really put into perspective just how big the city was - 40km of buildings - there was no room for anything else! Apparently Sao Paulo has the same population as the whole of Australia!!!! We then headed for the Catedral da Se and got caught in a thunderstorm - the rain bucketed it down. We took refuge in the cathedral and awaited the rain to stop. Even ...