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After the magnificent time we had in Rio, we thought we would have a few days rest in Sao Paulo before our adventure in Bolivia.
It is a city of some 17 million people and very busy. The centre had huge skyscrapers reminisent of Manhattan. And yet there were gorgous parks and fantastic trees …
... in Sao Paulo that will shortly stop at Paris, and them head straight to Manchester - where the magic will really start to happen.
Good luck for me!
We'll talk again soon.
PS: this picture in purple IS NOT MINE. I took it from google, so any credit is not mine to ...
... order it in a restaurant as Cafe com Leite (Coffee with Milk), it's quite delicious.
Gustavo proceeded to give us a presentation about Itau Bank and an overview of the banking system in Brazil. There are 6 large banks in Brazil, 3 of which are government owned, and 3 which are privately owned. Itau is the largest Brazilian bank by market capitalization. The Government owned banks focus on granting credit to the low income community as well as funding ...
... street art walking tour from the Time Out guide along with a dot where T.O. said the coffee shop was. Three hours later, and I am sitting in the Millenia lunchateria eating buttered toast. BEST TOAST EVER!!! I walked all over town, saw a lot (the photo link is on my photo page) but never found that coffee shop.
The map was good in that it covered the whole city. Thorough is good but 576 sq miles if thorough, not so much. All that thoroughness, ...
... an incredible thing to share with so many friends and an awesome way to wave farewell to Brazil after 7 weeks!
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