Transamerica Prime International Plaza
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This is my first day in Sao Paulo. Yesterday in the early morning I had a really hard time to say my family and friends goodbye for half a year, but after that, the adventure began! Thanks for all the farewell whishes!
It was a really long travel by plane, and I couldn't get any sleep, or maximum half an hour in total because I was sitting next to a yelling brazillian high school class. But anyway, after ...
... we found a nice restaurant to settle down in and watch the game and what a game it was! I forgot to mention that Brazil had lost argueably their star player Neymar to a fractured back from a dirty tackle in their last game and their captain Thiago Silva the rock in the Brazilian back line. Everyone was hopeful but sombre as Germany came out ferocious, playing a completely different game of football they scored ...
I came to Sao Paolo mainly because I had two contacts there who offered to put me up. Other travelers warn that it's nothing but a concrete jungle, and it's not worth our time as a traveler. I went anyway, and I'm glad I did. It wasn't gorgeous or amazing, but it was a busy, big city with a lot to offer. I'm sure that staying with locals helped improve my opinion, but I've learned that in some jungles, you just need a local guide. I arrived on overnight bus. It wasn't glamorous ...
... a flour mix that seemed like breadcrumbs with bacon. Way too much food!! As the restaurant filled we realised our mistake. Most peopled ordered 1 main + salad and shared. We also thought that maybe meat in brazil must be served fairly rare, but when people behind us had some well cooked meat we realised that the man probably hadn't been asking us about rice, which had seemed odd at the time, as that was meant to be included... Came home to find the ...
... sustainably, in Brazil and around the world, as suppliers of ethanol, sugar and bio-electricity.
Five centuries ago, sugar was worth almost as much as gold throughout Europe, because its production was limited to quantities that couldn't meet the demand. That made growing sugarcane a very profitable enterprise, which couldn’t be pursued in Europe primarily because of inadequate climate conditions. Thanks to their seafaring prowess, the Portuguese were ...