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... Lima, 2170, jardim da Granja São José dos Campos, 12227-000, Brazil
The following is NOT permitted
- people wearing shorts, mini skirts, sleeveless shirts and sandals;
- people under 18 years old;
- any equipment that can retrieve data or images of our installations (CD´s, memory
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§ 11:45AM-12:30PM Lunch at ...
... br> Speaker: Jimena Berlanga
Topic: Site Visit to Factory,
distribution center, vertical factory and service lane
Address: Rodovia Anhanguera, Km
30,5, city of Cajamar, São Paulo
We arrived at Natura shortly after we ate our lunch and were really excited to see all that the cosmetics company had to offer, and how they conducted their business. The easiest way to explain Natura is to say that it ...
... just leaving. Anyway it was loud and bright and got rather annoying.
There is not much to say about Sao Paulo, except that it is the third largest city in the world and everyone gets lost often. It really is just a big city, nothing pretty. We did two free walking tours. The first one was okay, a little strange and the tour guides English was hard to interpret at times. We were shown into museums, strange art galleries and pointed out random things such as a giant ...
On Sunday morning we flew out of Santiago. Before leaving we did some shopping at the airport, which had some of the best stores that I had seen in Chile. After a two hour flight we landed in Sao Paulo where we had a long layover. My initial intention was to get out and see some of the city while we waited, but I had read online that the lines at the Sao Paulo airport could be ...
... intentions to go to a few bars with a few of Daniela's friends but the expedition across the city had us both exhausted and flaked out on the couch. ThPe best we could manage was a walk down the street to get a pizza. I'd first been told about these pizzas by the chick I met on my first day in Rio who was from SP. She said Paulistas make the best pizza in South America, which I only took with a grain of salt because one thing I've learned about Latin Americans is that ...