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... I have never seen or tasted this fruit before and it was quite unique and delicious. I also tried a Brazilian specialty called Bolinho de Bacalhau which was a type of fish cake. It was also quite good. All in all it was worth the visit!
As our flight back to Canada was later that day we headed back to the hotel to grab our bags and to catch the bus to the airport. Who knew that one more adventure awaited us?! When we arrived at the ...
... I wasn't into it. Our next stop was Mercado Municipal. The market is 12,600 square metres. 15,000 employees handle 450 tonnes of food per day. Everything is on offer from meats to olives to wines to cheeses… you get the idea. Prepared foods are also available. Wiebke and I opted for a popular snack called a pastel. It consists of a thin pastry that envelops assorted fillings, in our case ham, cheese, and tomato, ...
... pays up to 25k per month in taxes per worker. He spoke about how the capital markets have just begun to open in Brazil but it is still very difficult to obtain funding. He has had some offers to buy his company but feels there is still things to accomplish. His platforms are built to capture and analyze all types of data from traffic, food preferences, real estate transactions and he has a process to data mine all the info and all geared at compressing the data ...
... Japanese/Chinese area of the city - there you are, you learn something every day, a Japanese area of Sao Paulo - so we ate Japanese food that first day, noodle soup for lunch at a place you had to queue (and guess what you were ordering from a portugese/japanese menu) and sushi etc in the evening. But that's getting ahead. After lunch we walked around the town centre a bit, including the cathedral - and it rained. So we decided ...
... night nurses", firstly to get rid of the slight cold I was picking up, but also to act as a sleeping pill. For those who have had a night nurse, you will know it knocks you out, proper, for the night. Unbeknown to me, at exactly 0230 in the morning, we came to another toilet break stop. At 3am Charlotte woke me up saying loads of people seem to be getting off, not only to relieve their bladders as they are taking their backpacks with them. Dazed, confused ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility