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... 8211; which I think is actually a great idea. The whole place felt like Disneyland to be honest). We didn’t, though, like absolute rebels, and carried on walking around. Wes got an amazing selfie of us all with a llama staring gormlessly at the camera. I will try to add that to this blog when I get some decent internet at home. After getting our final Inca Trail passport stamp (we got 4 in total) at the gate, it was time to go. The bus ride (no more walking!) back down ...
... to expect of this very large Brazilian city
(Now the largest in Latin America, 11 million city, 20 million metropolitan,
covering 1500 square kilometers). We
were pleasantly surprised by its beauty.
Beautiful parks, bicycle lanes and pathways seemed to be
everywhere. We stopped at a large soccer
stadium (2014 World Cup), had a great meal at a modern Sao Paulo restaurant ...
... taxi to the hotel.
I dropped off my camera bag and jumped into a taxi back to Avenue Paulista – this is a very busy avenue with bars and restaurants. The England supporters had said that this is where they will be heading. I had dinner at Pinhaira restaurant and then headed to Rua Augusta where the England supporters had taken over every bar – I joined in the party and a great time was had ...
... guys and they took me to another club where I met Nayane. She told me an emotional story about her upbringing, her parents had been killed in a car crash and she was left to look after her two younger brothers in a favela in Bela Horizonte. Her plan was to work in São Paulo until she had enough money to buy an apartment in Rio. She had already lived with an Italian in South Africa and a German in Germany. She said I was crazy handsome which was a huge compliment because she ...
... arrived at Itau bank offices a short ride later.
Speaker: Our speaker at Itau was a very knowledgeable gentleman by the name of Gustavo.
Topic: Gustavo talked in great detail about the economic situation in Brazil, as well as the banking industry from both the privately owned banks as well as the government owned entities.
Address: Av. Eng. Armando de Arruda Pereira, 707, andar -2. Jabaquara ? SP CEP ...