Howard Johnson Faria Lima
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... is at 1920. Strangely, Iberia have another flight 10 minutes earlier, which would have been more convenient as it goes onto T4S (where the São Paulo flight leaves from) instead of T4 but it appears I couldn't take that one.
I left home for the 1544. Tom and I had had a row a week earlier which hadn't really settled down, and I know he hates me being away, so I was relieved to leave. He did give me a nice goodbye, though, and I was most surprised when I was half way down ...
... as the Uruguayan supporters were running out of steam, I finally realised that an automated voice announced the next station.
From Corinthians-itaquera station, I changed at Republica, after thirteen stations. At Republica, I took the yellow line heading towards Butanta and then changed at Paulista for the green line heading towards Vila Madelena. I dropped-off at the next station, Clinicas. I jumped ...
... 9am but they got it ready within about 20 mins and we got to enjoy coffee and cake while we waited. Our room is like a beach motel. Simple but clean. Couldn't wait to have a shower and wash my hair. Went down stairs to ask for a dryer but no English so had to mine washing my hair and then pretend to hold a hair dryer and make hair drying sounds! They were very patient and worked out what I meant. Came back to have long awaited shower but when I turned the water ...
... renewable fuel alternative, for Brazil and the
As of late 2007, sugarcane fields occupied about 7.8 million hectares in Brazil, or about 2% of all arable lands available in the country. This makes Brazil the number one producer of
sugarcane in the world, followed by India, Thailand and Australia. Main production regions are South-Central Brazil, where close to 90% of overall production is concentrated, and the Northeast, which accounts for ...
... Calibri, sans-serif; font-size: 15px; ">In total we were there for three days, two nights. On the first day we checked in at our gorgeous brand new hostel (no sarcasm this time, there were actually some good parts to Sao Paulo I have to admit), and immediately went to bed as we'd arrived off the night bus at 5am. After waking up we checked out the rest of the hostel and found to our delight that ...