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... a non-profit organization similar to ACTE, painted the whole corporate travel landscape in Brazil for us in a detailed presentation. The organization is expanding into other countries in Latin America and she also touched on the challenges they need to overcome due to the countries being very different from each other in the way they operate.
After a long lunch break where we attempted to investigate what is so ...
... your nation win the World Cup! It made me slightly envious I've got to be honest- imagine it was England!
Again I'm going to summarise the events of the next few days at this point:
Lots of time chilling out on copacabana and ipanema beaches. Copacabana was barely recognisable from the day of the final!
Meeting and having drinks with guys from the hostel in and around Lapa
Visiting the selaron staircase
Watching volleyball on the beach but the football way- ...
... winning 5 World Cups will do for you I suppose! Being the financial hub of Brazil, São Paulo is a very modern city but the tall skyscrapers that dominate the skyline are in my opinion, no match for the beauty and spirit of Rio. Not that the money hungry workhorse population seem to care very much. Unfortunately, in contrast to Manaus which was literally living for the World Cup, the vastness of São Paulo seems to have swallowed some of the fever of ...
... carry our backpacks for the first time! The hostel was lovely - we had booked a private room which was turned out to be a small cabin. As we only had two full days here, we decided to spend the rest of the evening exploring the small town and figuring out how best to spend our time.
After a trip to the tourist office, dive centre and supermarket, we headed back to our hostel to cook dinner for the first time since we left the UK - the festivities ...
... way around. Even within Brazil it can be challenging due to cultural differences, ways of speaking etc. In the North of Brazil people tend to be very receptive, in the São Paulo area they are more reserved and in the South very leaned back. Fernando also pointed out, that particularly when travelling to Brazil for the first time it is important to have a local contact person, whom you could approach for questions, e.g. what areas to go to/where better not, how to hail cabs ...