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... the gardens and mansions of Jardim América.). We then proceeded to the Ibirapuera Park which is a major urban park in São Paulo, Brazil. It has a large area for leisure, jogging and walking, as well as a convention center. Its importance to São Paulo is comparable to that of the Central Park to New York City. However, to get a great view of the park, Rennato took me to an art gallery nearby and we went to the ...
... a few chairs into a circle and at 8pm on the dot the drums started. We'd missed out on a proper samba night in Rio but Marcel had more than made up for that tonight. Our generous host kept supplying us with beer all night until eventually at 2pm, anticipating the early start next morning, we called it a night.
Saturday 12th October - Day 20
Its not often Kelly awakes with a hangover and I don't. So when she did today I didn't ...
Topic: History and Founding of Apontador - leading geolocations site in Brazil
5:00PM After visits, return transfer to hotel
Dinner on own
Today started off with a visit to UNICA, The Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association, where our speaker Luana Maia Oliveira gave us some very interesting background to the sugarcane industry. At first I was not sure what I would get out of this visit, but it turned out to be one of the most ...
No, I mean seriously.
We arrive in Sao Paulo at around 8:00 pm something (i.e. 12 hours after the original ETA). The immigration takes a couple of minutes. It's amazing how efficient it is. I am impressed : maybe 10 or 15 lines are open (Brazilian nationals, foreigners).
The airport looks terrible on the other hand. It feels like I landed in Angola years ago. Just a bit less dirty and disorganized :)
... read that although the city was a heck of a lot larger than Rio, it was also much safer due to the fevelas being further from ‘se’ or point zero of the cities centre.
The bus ride was forgettable until we were 15 minutes from the main bus terminal Tiete which held 15,000 buses and 1333 lines. As we approached the outskirts of the city, surrounded by favelas, the bus slowed to a snail pace. Lights up ahead, there had been an accident. Looking down from ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool