Quality Suites Imperial Hall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Christian and I were taking every word in because after all this was our company!
I was sitting at the very end of the conference table and got a chance to observe Haz and Christian as they each came alive when their areas of interests were talked about. They will probably hate me for this but I am going to share some of my observations with you. Haz loves anything technology related. When he asks questions about that, he looks just ...
... as in the US, constantly connecting their thumbs to phones, texting away a mile a minute, oblivious to what may be happening in the moment around them!
Week One in Sao Paulo
My first week in Sao Paulo has been one of work, work and more work so Saturday, the 25th was the first real day out and about and that had to be devoted first to getting a new camera, since I broke my previous one trying to put it in the overhead bin with my left hand since ...
... was really lively, more like a festival than a football match with the Belgians and Korean fans maxing the fancy dress. You'd be hard pressed to find a Belgian without some kind of Belgium themed hat and we found one girl in what a geisha style outfit I presume traditional Korean dress (photo to follow). Despite losing, there's a bunch of Korean musicians whipping the crowd into a frenzy on the concourse, with their rhythmic drumming. This was definitely the most ...
... a favela off my list :)
After Rio the plan was to end the travels on a high by staying in Ilha Grande, a little paradise Island 4 hours away. First we needed to take a coach and then a boat, but as it was Sunday the boat service was reduced, still we would be fine as we took an early enough bus… but nothing is early enough for us, even when we are on time we still end up needing to rush! This time it was because Pip fell asleep on the bus and I had ...
... to catch the metro to the more modern Paulista District. Out of the station we waked right into what appeared to be some feminist protest but it was hard to understand the Portuguese banners and chants! From here we walked back to our hostel seeing everyday São Paulo and passing through the city cemetery which had some tombstones as big as our shed! For dinner we found ourselves having burger and chips for the fourth day running, Brazil was a lot more like North ...