Plaza Apolo Hotel
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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 ...
... on the blackboard to explain us the history of the GDS and airlines in the Brazilian market and how his company plays a major role. Thanks to his explanation we understood some little details that were still in the air until this meeting. We also watched a great promotional video that explains what Argo IT does.
The highlight of the day was our visit to the office of BCD Travel. It took us around 20 minutes to pass through ...
We did spend a nice amount of time at the aquarium.
I believe we ate at a churrascaria on the way back.
We still had time and I wanted to go to the zoo. Some others were initially interested, but they really didn't want to. Our host wouldn't let me go by myself for security reasons, so it was back to the hotel.
... Both tours give a great overview of the city though they often just point out the highlights and you have to actually find your way there to actually see them such as the nat'l cemetery. Still, for the price, it can't be beat and the guides know their stuff.
Crossfit Brazil. Joel at CF Brazil kicked our ass's Brazilian style and we so needed it. It is a great CF gym though it is a bit of an adventure to the outer edges of the city to find it and ...
... and stylish looking boutiques. One particular street by the name of Beco de Bateman has its walls covered in the coolest graffiti I have ever seen. Artists from all over the city come here to leave their mark and the street has become famous. In the late afternoon we head to Praša por do Sol to watch the sun setting over the sprawling cityscape.
The next morning we discover Pastel, a street food local to Sampa (supposedly) that is essentially a deep ...