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... Toussaint) who I’d never heard of before, but I think are quite famous... were very entertaining (as was the dancing!).
On Sunday, I met up with Leticia and met some more of her friends who were all very friendly! We went to see a Jazz Orchestra, at the same park, which had African influences! We were going to see an exhibition afterwards about the Mayans but the queue was MASSIVE so we decided to go another ...
... differently. My room had a classical theme, Ana’s had a modern theme, and Maria’s had a Japanese theme. Not only was I impressed with the rooms, I thought the service we had here was the best we had so far on this trip. There was also complimentary breakfast, and free soda, alcohol, and sandwiches in the lounge in the evenings. It definitely was a treat to stay here.
After our lunch she showed us the meeting spaces of ...
... map started talking, we asked where did he recommend, he took this as we needed glasses and brought us out a pair. I got the traditional meat, rice, salad, beans and chips offering. Thankfully not too chewy, while Adam got a Swiss dish of beef and potato rosti. We had lunch in Villa Magdalena where we got the restaurants signature sandwich... Oh my! It was huge, but worth every penny. Set us on our way for the 15hrs bus ride to come :) Creature Watch: ...
... at that and said OK, then entered information in the computer. Then they pull my passport back out and flip through all the pages and come across the other 'emergency' visa for the previous trip. They tell me to wait where I am, while they disappear to the office for 15 minutes. By that time everyone else has cleared ...
... to watch how they copied everything but also managed to add some innovation and new ideas rather than rehashing the IKEA concept.
The night ended at their house with some delicious Sao Paulo Pizza.
During my stay here in Brazil ive come to the conclusion that Brazilians eat all the time and the time inbetween is spent talking about what to eat next.
All this was squeezed into a few short days before we headed back to Sorocaba for the next point on the agenda.