Novotel Sao Paulo Morumbi
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... 50 cent crumbed steak option. They decide that maybe gravy is not a product in Brazil and settle for some stock instead. The duo head further a field on their next walking adventure. After a quick google search the pair head in search of a park. Ryan not too impressed that it's 9.6km away. Cirsty assures him that it will be worth the walk. Ryan persuades Cirsty into wearing some of their fanatic gear on the walk so people know they ...
Day 16: Maranduba to Sao Paulo
After a week in Maranduba, it was time to move on. A really relaxing week and importantly the tan was getting there!
During the course of the week, some of the guys staying at Conveis had raved about Florianopilis, an island to the South in the state of Santa Catarina. So the plan changed again........ I headed back to stay with Mikey in Sao Paulo for a few days with the plan ...
... and the fact that there's a special by-law in S.P. to say that drivers do not have to stop at red lights because of the number of car-jackings in the city.
In fact, none of the people we met in S.P. could have been friendlier. Fresh off the bus a man stopped us to see if he could help in any way, we actually got escorted to the door of our hostel by a chatty girl who even waited to make sure we got buzzed ...
... both production and demands from within the sector, the industry has sought to create market instruments, such as futures trading, while developing new opportunities for both sugar and ethanol through the removal of protectionist barriers. The industry is also heavily involved in efforts to develop standards for ethanol, as a first step to make it a globally tradeable environmental commodity.
Brazil’s 37-year-old ethanol fuel program is based on the most ...
... less of a foreigner, on a nutshell ! What a relief ! I even found smoked salmon ! (frozen but still !).
Something I must get used to (that probably exists in Portugal too...) is the dried "bacalhau" area. The smell is... how to say... strong ! Thank god I know what it tastes like when cooked (awesome !).
I reached the wine area and had a shock. Do you know how much a bottle of Veuve Clicquot champagne costs in Brazil ?? 100 USD !!! Now you DO know what to buy ...