Slaviero Slim Joinville
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... are called Cookie, Maggie and Bobbie, and they are what Ad would refer to as yappy dogs, but they were the sweetest things and genuinely lovely. But yes, quite yappy. We ate some quite interesting stuff - apricot/peach chicken (an Australian specialty); an all you can eat pizza restaurant (called a Pizza Rodizio) where the waiters bring various pizzas to your table and you choose what you want (including dessert pizzas, such as banana and cinnamon, white and dark chocolate, and ...
... much provide a number of benefits such as meal subsidies, transport subsidies, comprehensive maternity covers, as well as different levels of minimum wages for different professions. In my view, all of these corporate handcuffing only serves to slow down the economic development of the country. While this does provide benefits for the employees, this could be the reason why even though Brazil is the world's ...
... After the lookout we went for a walk in the botanical garden/zoo. There were pretty much no animals there and the garden itself was a bit of a dump… not for tourists indeed. We made the best of it though and had a good chat while chilling in the shade (The weather was terrifyingly hot for autumn).
We then went for some ice cream which ...
encloses some German buildings. There are quite a few souvenir shops,
some German restaurants, and alcohol shops (of course). It was really
pretty and looks nice and German. I had lunch at one of the restaurants
and decided to head back to the hostel early so I can take a shower
again (it was real hot and humid) and close up all my luggage ...
we hit for "Para-Chee" (as the locals pronounce it)...big difference to the pandemonium that a big city like Sao Paolo brings....it's a short(ish) trip from Sao Paolo but it was late enough when we arrived..none of the locals had a clue where the hostel was so we were circling around with our bags for a good bit... when we finally found it the hostel was hectic with none of the staff having a clue what ...