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... the metro over to Sao Joaquim station and I walked back to my hostel from there. The way I took back to the hostel was much more comfortable than the way I had gone before lunch.
I didn’t do too much in the afternoon. I walked up to Paulista Avenue which is the main avenue in the city with all the big banks and malls on it. There was some sort of protest going on and it included all of the police in ...
... us. She told us about the challenges with Brazil, such as the problems with politics and corruption. In addition, she gave us a very helpful information on what type of person the business traveler in Brazil is and how we need to think about the traveler. When working for a travel management company, the data and costs savings are important, but also knowing who your traveler is very important to this business.
... San Franciso. We found Lgo San Francisco but unfortunately not the church... Next we headed to Liberdade! Known for its very large Japanese population (apparently the biggest outside of Japan). The streets very definitely more asian. The lampposts were littered with chinese lanterns and there were a lot of Japanese shops and food places. Strangely enough the eating places do buffet styled food per kg. Having promised Rach lunch here, we found a place ...
... English we ordered delicious meals and were able to convey to the sommelier what wine we liked and she picked an excelente vino branco that went with our meals. Can I just add that by this stage of our trip Josh & I are becoming experts in hailing taxis and somehow making them understand where we need to go & I also now have an amazing collection of hand written notes of addresses in my handbag to boot. Saturday 9th Nov ...
... the sustainable energy mix since hydro-power tails off since the dry season marks the beginning of the sugar cane harvest.
Brazil has a huge natural resource but at the same time the consequence is that ethanol production reduces the supply of sugar and in turn drives up the cost of food. As discussed earlier, Brazil's rate of inflation is not completely controlled under their current monetary policies. The ethanol market is not limited to fuels and ...