Mercure Sao Paulo Nacoes Unidas
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... br> Other updates...I have finally found somewhere to live and it’s perfectly situated near everything so that’s GREAT! I'm slowly starting to get used to living in Brazil, I'm just trying to take it one step at a time! I have met some great people who have helped me so much and made me feel very welcome. We went to see an exhibition for a Japanese artist which was fun.The Paulistanos love culture and so ...
... was one that I could have continued asking questions and listening to the stories of these professionals for hours. I really enjoy sessions like this.
The second meeting of the day was with Elizabeth Kyoko Wada from the Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, which is a Laureate International University. Similarly to Alagev, Elizabeth is very passionate about the tourism industry and was happy to share her insights about ...
... a self-imposed prison.
It is hard to see what is owned or ran by the state and what is private. One thing they do have is an immense municipal sanitation workforce. It is a shame the city appears so dingy despite the level of effort that goes into keeping it clean. Apparently Sao Paulo has a wide range of environmental problems surrounding waste disposal.
While at Itaś, our speaker Gustavo Lopes Rodrigues outlined ...
... club goer having got the fancy dress event date wrong and now sternly regretting his choice of attire, or perhaps it was simply his kink and he liked to dress up in uniform to have weird role play interactions with his hook ups. Disturbed by this last thought I chased the image from my head and thought nothing more of the man. It turned out he was actually a fireman on duty to prevent a reoccurrence of the horrific events of late January, when a firework flare sparked ...
... mountain range, to Machu Picchu and Iguazu Falls, to the mega cities of the the Atlantic, to the amazing wildlife all over, to the windswept steppe and mountains of Patagonia. South America gave us to much and it was a truly awesome place to spend the first four months of the WT.
We do admit however that we were looking forward to heading into an English speaking country and maybe not standing out quite so much with the girls blonde hair! So long South America, bring on Down Under!