Hotel Transamerica Sao Paulo
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... region are independent and not part of large hotel chains, it’s a great way to be promoted for small hotels. HRS is also partnering with the GDS and TMC’s, which mean that the problem concerning the lack of hotels in the GDS is slowly being resolved. Our last appointment of the day was with the Renaissance Hotel, which is a part of Marriott’s network, who we also visited in JW Marriott Marquis in Dubai ...
... muffin sandwich. And more assorted cheese and biscuits. Also Nutella! But there wasn't really anything the Nutella went with, I had no problem eating it with the mini spoon provided! Then I watched a documentary on Neymar and we landed. Customs in Brasil was really simple. The man only said hi and bye to me. He just made sure my Visa, passport, and ticket all matched and then let me go. I found my luggage really easily, and we were ...
... exactly one point - which Watson a dead rubber!! Shocking
So after my high rolling in a hotel I set off from Salvador for Belo Horizonte for my first experience couchsurfing due to the fact that there wasn't a room in Belo around the semi final for less than £100 a night and I was staying 5 nights. A guy named Ezequiel was to host me and incredibly left his apartment door open for me when I said I would be arriving in the morning and he was going to be at ...
... room for me to stay in and over the following days I didn’t pay for a single thing.
The following morning Junior took me for a short walk through his neighbourhood, which with the light of day revealed a happy scene of children playing in the streets and families gathered nearby on the sidewalk in front of the little houses to talk and spend a Sunday chilling "in da hood". Junior knew all his neighbours as if they were family. As we walked toward the ...
... children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren certainly have a lot to be proud of.
My host family handled my being here at a tough moment with incredible grace. The sadness of the situation aside, it was nice to again meet more of their relatives and long-time friends. I hope that I would have the kindness to except a stranger as much as they have.
In my last entry I promised to tell you more about the language, so I will ...