Ibis Budget Sao Paulo Jardins
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... this especially as it meant Ryan had a great holiday despite Brazil's shortcomings.
So we said our goodbyes (not for 6 months this time) on Friday morning with Ryan to head back to the real world. Thankfully I still had a little time left before reaching the same fate which was needed because no sooner had I left rio (on a flight I managed to catch!) than I realised that I was absolutely beat. The World Cup in brazil was a once in a lifetime experience but had left me pretty exhausted to say the least!
... your clothes.
The Amsterdam flight was uneventful and Schipol airport was efficient as I have always found it to be in the passed. I boarded the long haul flight and we were off,12 hours of swollen legs,cramped bodies,plastic food,babies screaming and lots of movies with which to while away the time.With awful weather over Sao Paolo we circled for over an hour for it to clear but landed safely at the airport.
... at face value for now). They can even make rubber tires from sugar cane ethanol which really fits great with our team porject.
It was a good talk but we still have some time before lunch. We take a few minutes to go to an upscale mall and walk around . More outrageous prices.. Not even sure how the well-off can shop in this place! And in the middle of the mall they have not just a few trees like we ...
... of that is due to the MBA program I'm in. I haven't had any time to see the country and to be honest, there is so much more to Brazil than Sao Paulo.
This post has been pretty depressing so far, I know. But I did have some good experiences and tips to share.
Guarulhos is the international airport. Nothing particularly remarkable or bad about the airport itself. However, there are no real transport links to the city. Probably ...
... couple that english was not required in their curriculum and that they would pay an additional school just to teach them english. Back to the story, a girl approached us and asked if I was Jesha and I thought, "yes! woo!". I said goodbye to Rafael and went with the girl. Her name is Larissa, Lari for short (again, I'm assuming with the spelling) and she drove me to Unicamp to meet up with the VP, André, so I could get settled in and rest. And here I ...