Ibis Sao Paulo Expo
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... but I needn't have worried as BA produced a boarding pass for me without a problem.
Into the lounge for a glass of wine and a salad and I was somewhat surprised to see a 'hurry up' sign on the departure board 40 minutes before we were due to go. But it was because we were leaving from a C gate so my rush to the transit was a little uneccesary because there was still a 10 minute wait once I reached the gate.
The Iberia flight left on time. A big club class ...
... 8211; suffice to say that I do not remember what time I got back to the hotel.
Day 7 – São Paulo: 20th June, 2014
After the previous night’s drinking session, I woke up feeling a little bit tender. I just went for breakfast but did not have my usual appetite. I went back straight to bed after breakfast. I woke up around 16H00 and forced myself to go to the gym, just to ...
... made our way to the subway. Got tickets by pointing to the then, as the subway system was easy to navigate, we made it to the bus terminal and luckily for us had someone who could speak English bought our tickets for Sunday's travel to Rio. On before going back, tried to ask for a supermarket but no ingles so came straight home, looking out for menacing pick picketers. Don't see any at all. Must have been aware of our super alertness! Got home and asked ...
... both production and demands from within the sector, the industry has sought to create market instruments, such as futures trading, while developing new opportunities for both sugar and ethanol through the removal of protectionist barriers. The industry is also heavily involved in efforts to develop standards for ethanol, as a first step to make it a globally tradeable environmental commodity.
Brazil’s 37-year-old ethanol fuel program is based on the most ...
... there were fitter women walking around). Despite being dressed like tramps in identical purple tshirts we were allowed to the top of a very classy hotel which offered great views of the city as well as the priciest beers of the trip so far, albeit still cheaper than London.