Mercure Sao Paulo Paulista
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... which is people who are developing from the lower class and poverty into middle class. These people are getting into the travel industry as both travelers and travel managers and one of the industry’s biggest challenges here are to adjust to this new class of people, who doesn’t demand five star hotels, fitness centers and business class travels. They are much more focused on basics, like roomservice and free wifi than usual ...
... but he managed to have a much better day than me as he met a few people at our hostel and went to copacabana beach for the day whilst I spent the day on a bus to rio to avoid the extortionate last minute flight prices! I arrived in the early evening and we had a decent catch up after having not seen each other for about 6 months. We went out for some Brazilian picanha (roasted meat) and some drinks on the streets of Lapa which is known for its street parties and even more so ...
We arrived in São Paulo about 2:30 am but didn't get to sleep until 5:00am so getting ourselves up and out to 'FIFA Fan fest' the heart of São Paulo ready for kickoff at 1 pm was a challenge, but we made it-just! It was a beautiful day and there was a reasonable crowd gathered to see what turned out to be one of the most entertaining matches so far. All we were hoping for was that Australia didn't disgrace themselves and they did far from that! ...
... ever seen, learnt how to stand paddle etc etc. The list could go on and its only been a week.
Basically everyone here acts like at fusion. Only all the time. Its incredible.
Unfortunately I lost my notebook somewhere yesterday which is pretty sad because I had already written a lot of things.
So much to do.
So much to write.
So little time.
... be the world's best conversation partner. Today she worked with me on practicing the god-forsaken conjugation of the verb fazer. I can't imagine how frustrating it would be to spend twenty minutes with someone who hazes yet to master the verb to had, but she somehow tolerates it.
Learning a language is a torturous but beautiful thing. Everyone in my host family is fantastic about speaking only in Portuguese with me. If it really is true that a romance language is ...