L'Hotel Porto Bay Sao Paulo
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... this point that I was out of cash (again), so had to spend god knows how much to withdraw another £40 from the local cash point with my UK card. At the end of the meal, Danny said a few words and we gathered a tip for him (again about £25 from each of us) and said goodbye. He was off on a train back to his hometown. As I was still pretty hungry, I bought beer, coke, water, Pringles, chocolate and pastries on the train back to Ollantaytambo. The train ride was pretty spectacular (it ...
A great evening with a bunch of the best people we know... a few demonstrations as we walked down Paulista, and a fun after party it was fun to see a few pics of us and Spencer scholling thru as folks and Ubi talked... and we had a fun get together at an outdoor cafe...
... sweat out the alcohol. Whilst in the gym, I struck conversation with a guy, who turned out to be South African and had come to watch a couple of games in Sao Paulo before heading back home.
After the gym, I was now feeling very hungry and I thought I would try the much talked about Brazilian barbecue. So I asked the taxi driver to take me to Fogo De Cha – this apparently is the best chain in ...
... beautiful I walked home alone and a gay guy tried to drug me. I shouldn't of walked through the dodgy areas but I got lost and its a story. I later met up with Nayane, we visited MASP, Italia Building and Republic Square together. She took me for an all you can eat buffet and I listened to her talk about her drive to become financially secure. I began to reflect on my own lack of security. Thinking about the rigs again or some other fast income generating direction. She invited ...
... lectured us on the mortgage system in Brazil in great depth. He stressed that Brazilian people will pay off their houses before all other payments that they need to make. Interestingly enough their mortgage rate on a 30 year loan in 2012 was around 7.25% which has recently spiked up to about 8.25% in 2013 do to the recovering economy. This is much higher than the 3-4% that we currently experience in the US. The other ...