Transamerica Classic Higienopolis
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... lot hotter than the 28C it was supposed to be.Day 1 we decided to do a free walking tour of the old historic centre to get an idea of the city. Sao Paulo isn’t very old as a city. There has been a little settlement here for over 400 years but it didn’t really grow as a city until the 1900s on the back of the coffee boom. The walking tour was really good because the guide (Raf) was so passionate about his ...
... little resistance from Karen who says 'I know it's important to you'. I knew there was a reason I married her! Arena Corinthians proves to be a bit of a disappointment with the makeshift upper tier giving the ground the look of an American football stadium and a fairly ugly one at that. I don't let that dampen my optimistic spirits of an England win however but I am slightly aggrieved to be once again sitting amongst mostly Uruguayans in our section. I still belt ...
... foreigner strangers. Here's to you Paulo!
And that concluded our time in Brazil. All of our flights coming home were super smooth and we even arrived to a balmy 5C in Calgary which was amazing considering the super cold weather that had plagued the Prairies for much of the time we had been gone.
So that's it. Another trip has come and gone. We had a fabulous time and so many amazing memories! Until the world opens its doors to me again!
... build a new data center the size of 20 futbol stadiums. In their new strategies the are making the transition from focusing on products to focusing on the customers.
On a side note, the office building was very modern with stringent security, like you would see in a New York building. We gathered in a boardroom/conference room that looked a bit like something out of an ikea catalog. The one real negative part of the visit was the shortened time frame ...
... receives undeserved stick. Yes, you need to put in the effort, but it's not the tedious place that I'd come to believe.
My affair with Sao Paulo started out on the wrong foot. I met up with a group of American travellers I was with in Rio, and we created possibly the worst attempt at pasta in the history of mankind. That evening, the hostel owner skipped the planned entertainment of a bar crawl and led us to the Sao Paulo Couch-Surfing community monthly meeting. ...