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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
... color and joy. And yes, soccer. Very much tied up with soccer. I’m not going to say it’s just a game, because it’s not. It’s so much more. Worth getting emotionally invested in? Yes. Definitely. Even if it hurts. Loyalty to a fault right? Anyway, maybe when I wake up tomorrow morning the reality of this will hit me. Maybe not. Either way, keep your head up Brazil. We’ll go for Hexa in four years. Until then, grace and peace from Tatuape, Sao ...
... an amazing view to have of the city below. It was made extra special by having a paraglider fly over us and Christ whilst waving for his photo opportunity!
The day ended with a wholesale volume purchase of flip-flops to take back home :) and our last yummy fruity Rio Caipirinhas !!
The adventure was over, the second to last flight was completed as we arrived in Sao Paulo, 60,000km after the start, back on 27th December!! ...
... can't be fulfilled pretty easily. Natura is currently also in the process of building a new plant to expand their operations, and the new plant would be three times the size of the existing plant. They do not have any plans to close the current plant, as the new plant would purely be for added capacity.
The next stop was at the Natura employee center. Natura is definitely a company that takes care of their staff, as their employee center consisted of day care ...
... climate, finally endless sunshine!
... the answers you get to questions like this aren't always very clear or helpful.
But we got there! Unfortunately I found it rather disappointing. I know Sao Paulo is not a very touristic city but I did expect some nice old buildings or parks. The city seems rather run down, some buildings and parks / squares could be really nice if they cleaned them up ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center