Pullman SP International Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Hey. Since there hasn't been too much going on in my life, this might look a little more like a personal blog and a little less like a travel blog. Here’s your index: First two paragraphs are my life currently, next six paragraphs are World Cup commentary, the next five are about where my head’s at, and the last three are my usual closing comments. Read what you like. (If you missed my post about my favorite World Cup commercials, feel free to check that out. It's the ...
Instantly Sao Paulo seemed a far cry from the tropical atmosphere of Rio. The weather was grey and temperature in the low to mid teens. I could comfortably wear my hoodie. A greater diversity of people also seemed to be present on the train. Whereas people on the Rio Metro appeared either to be Brazilian or a tourist, there were now South-East Asians present, not tourists but Paulistas (inhabitants of Sao Paulo).
After half an hour or so I arrived ...
... m hopeful that the US can institute similar initiatives because sugar is a sustainable source because oil is not. I can't echo enough how impressed I am with Brazil's commitment to sustainable energy sources, and how they respect the environment--really expanded my perception of this wonderful Country.
Our second visit of the day was to Apontador, an Internet Company based in Brazil, closely compared to Google. The CEO Moacir Kang, who ...
... This adventure started when we had to put on protective suits to get into the plant. This was quite comical as all the guys wear these big heavy shoes and the booties kept ripping as we put them on. Finally 20 min later we made it thru to begin the overview and the females in the group made fun at us for taking so long. We took a nice group shot with everyone in their gear. We received an overview of their production teams and procedures. Then were shown the ...
... sans-serif; font-size: 15px; ">On the last day Fred was feeling a bit better and we went to a national park to check out a couple of their trails. Now although we've been doing a lot of walking on this trip, we think their estimates are off as it took us about 15mins to walk a 1hr trail. Anyway, after the park we had a quick sweetcorn snack from a street vendor (just what Fred's bowels needed) ...