Transamerica Executive Faria Lima
Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
... and a friend of Rifaat's- Val- joined us and explained some of the cultural aspects of Brazil and their BBQs.
After the day's break we will be back to the football again with our second match in Sao Paulo and then our three day trip to Rio De Janeiro before our final three days in Sao Paulo- going quick but enjoying it greatly.
I have included a few photos and one trick photo to see if you are on the ball.
Anto Gill ...
... br> Visa: Free
Meals: $8 - $15
Water: $3 per litre
Alcohol: $4 for a long neck
Transport: Subway single $1.50
Average Daily Spend per person: $54
Transport there for both of us: $160 – 18 hour Overnight bus across the border
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $375
... wandering the streets. There are many restaurants nearby and I have yet to be disappointed with the food or drinks. On the drinks side of things, the national cocktail is the caipirinha, a delicious lime concoction made with cachaša, an alcohol distilled from sugar cane. In the food department, everything is fried and cheesy – my kryptonite. Good thing I’m only here a week. Back on the elliptical when I get ...
... called 2nd generation byproducts. There is also research into 3rd generation usages for cosmetics, detergents, foods and especially as fuel to replace diesel which is used for buses and jets. The presentation and our presenter Luana was very impressive and professional.
Again we ran into some excess time before the next stop which was to be lunch, so we had another pit stop at a local upscale mall. Lots of pricey shopping such as Tiffany and Louis Vuitton. ...
... do Iguassu (duration:18 hours, overnight)
Not such comfy seats, in fact, really bloody uncomfortable! Dan had whinge face on, I had whinge face on, but believe it or not (despite additional sleeping hazards such as girl with super illuminous phone display and our neighbouring walrus) we managed quite a few hours of shut eye to awake in sunny, yes SUNNY, Foz do Iguassu. Wahayyy!!