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... no idea how to go about it. We seminared until 6.30 and then went out to dinner. There were 7 of us: Renato and Andre were the managers from the Brazilian institute, Rafael and Eliana the workers. I liked Rafael, he has an engaging smile. The other two foreigners were Todd Litman from Victoria, who I have frequently come across, and Andres from ITDP in Mexico, who is Michael Kodransky's deputy. We went to a newly thriving bohemian quarter, Pinheiros, close to ...
... recommended was a Mexican restaurant. I chose the shrimp tacos, which were delight and a kiwi caipiroska, also a delight! I also felt like I was definitely getting one of my 5 a day - there was so much kiwi in it! In addition we shared a starter with potato skins, wings, and onion rings. All very very lovely! We returned back to the flat and Georgie and I had to tackle the arduous task of packing. So so dull. Then it was a couple of made in Chelsea's followed by ...
... facility tour
- 3:00-4:00PM Sustainability projects at the plant
- 4:00-4:45PM Business service procurement briefing (tentative) / Q&A
§ 7:00PM Return to Hotel
§ Dinner on own
§ Overnight: Hotel Caesar Business Paulista, Sao Paulo (3)
So with a long ride to Embraer and J & J in São José dos Campos (110 km), we were off to an early start.. It was still ...
... 6 inches thick, and not greasy or salty- WIN! In Brazil, the main taste of everything is salt, and pretty much every dish is dripping with grease. A lot of the food tastes great, but there is a limit. We're also nearing our limit for ham and cheese, the only flavour combo available, for all 3 meals a day.
The following day we set off with a full itinerary, only to be Lonely Planet bombed once again. We keep being let down by our guidebook - at least once every few days, ...
... from Mark Twain , Paul Theroux, Bill Bryson, Michael Palin and that bloke who did the equator programme, however it’s more like’ An Idiot Abroad’. In fact I might rename this all ‘A Complete Idiot Aborad’.
Anyway before I left I had this vision that travelling would elevate me to a higher level of conciousness and that by backpacking around South America, I’d absorb great wisdom – that my mind would dilate ...