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... for the a dead rubber against Costa Rica. There was no party on this night!
At this point I will spare everyone the effort of reading about each and every World Cup game we watched on tv or the fan fest or at the game and go over the rest of my highlights up until I headed to Belo Horizonte:
Went to the national museum of football and got told off for lifting the replica World Cup trophy- what? It's a replica!
Local markets in São Paulo and the stunning array of ...
... watching football of course - Ash is very clever about his timings!) The next day we trudged around trying to find a laundry - pretty difficult as on the whole they are too wealthy so everywhere is just a dry cleaners that charges per item! We eventually found a self-service 'fill a basket' place that had wifi and computers to use while you waited - result! Ash went off to the Fan Fest to watch Germany v Portugal while Lucy waited for the laundry to finish (typical ...
We had a 6hour bus from Paraty which wasn't so bad and arrived in South America's biggest bus station!
We braved the metro with no trouble it was actually easier than London to figure out! Our room in the hostel was nice enough so we just dropped our bags and headed straight out for dinner-we had planned on cooking in but the kitchen was not the cleanest! We decided to try the paulista pizza again which ...
... the planes. A standard painting can weigh up to 300kg!!! Therefore it is important to remove old colour, because more weight results in lower speed, hence higher fuel spend and higher costs. Because of this, GOL is not making use of promotional paintings on their planes on a regular basis. More than 800 people are working in the maintenance centre in three shifts. It was a great excursion and definitely showed me how complex the airline industry ...
... CEO of 2 companys one called Apontador which is like the yelp.com of Brazil, and the other company is called Maplink which is essentially the google maps of Brazil.
This was an absolutely riveting meeting and presentation. Moacir or Mo as he suggested we call him, absolutely dazzled us with the scope of operations his 2 companies have over the ...