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... it took us nearly 2 hours. By the time I got there I was desperate for a shower and pleased that my hotel room had a good one. And, after changing, to the seminar another 45 minutes (3km) away. Despite having 18 lane highways there is so much traffic congestion you can see why they need a change of policy. Change is certainly happening. The municipality has recently adopted policies favouring public transport, walking and cycling and reducing car use. They ...
... our bloody suitcases! It was very sweaty. After a chill at Marcella's eating Brigadeiro, Georgie made a quick return to the bikini shop to exchange her bikini as the bottoms were too small. Then we hung around until Marcella's sister came back as we couldn't leave her 5 year old daughter alone! She finally came back around 10pm so we went out to dinner. It was a short drive away to a very pretty square with an abundance of restaurants. The one which ...
... amp; Johnson cafeteria with Alex Gomes, J&J employees
§ 12:30-4:45PM: Johnson & Johnson
Speaker: Alex Gomes - Site Maintenance and Facilities Manager
Topic: Manufacturing lines & facility tour; Sustainability
Address: Rodovia Presidente Dutra, Km 154 Jd. Indústrias - 12240-908 São José dos Campos, SP
- 12:30-3:00PM Presentation on manufacturing ...
... the metro station was just a 3 minute walk away, as I was only able to beat him half-heartedly before I needed to lie down.
Our hostel was lovely - the owner bakes a cake every day, the bar was cheap and the beds actually had nice bedding. We were staying in Vila Madalena, the artsy part of Sao Paolo, and quickly found an amazing deli with a cafe. After 2 yummy beers and much-needed fresh food, Sampa (as it's known in Brazil) was winning our votes. Ollie's sandwich was ...
Right – well that was the South America bit of my trip. So i thought I'd do a bit of a epilogue/plenary type thing (yes I know – Iike I’ve ever done a proper plenary in my life – as a teacher you are meant to do them at the end of every lesson – doesn’t 'right kids pack away then’ count? ). However, all the top travellers do this bit so the plan was to give it a go. I did have visions that this would be like a cross between some ...