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... which looks like a green orange, but is baby pink in the middle. I suppose being in a country which has a tropical region in the North, most fruit and vegetables are very fresh and great quality, not like some of the fruit which we have in the UK which has been shipped across the world. Although having said that, I do miss English fruit juice. Juice here is made from water, fruit pulp and A LOT of sugar, it’s ...
Today was our final day in Sao Paulo and luckily for us, it was beautiful outside. We took advantage of this nice weather by spending our day at the Parque Ibirapuera. This park is large and impressive and can be compared to Central Park in NYC.
We rented bikes and explored the park. The park was full of locals exercising and enjoying the beautiful day. One of the most ...
... a concierge to help make dinner reservations, booking tour guide, birthday surprises, and making those essential girly appointments for pedicures etc (need to look good for Rio in a few days). Thursday 7th Nov '13 Happy Birthday Josh!!!! Today is all about Mr Moo, starting with some much craved for poached eggs at breakfast. A visit to a book store and a little rest before tour of the city with personal tour guide. We saw ...
... to adapt these commodities to the Brazilian culture and market. The intermediary being companies like Apontador who takes an existing idea and uses it to facilitate connections between companies and consumer demands.
5:00PM After visits, return transfer to hotel
Tonight most of the group went to the Sky Bar and had dinner and drinks. Some pics and a horrible video of the Sao Paulo skyline are attached for your viewing ...
... some people in line and they turned out to be pretty friendly. Afterwards, we got sushi and it was delicious. For those who don't know, Brazil has a big population of Japanese who immigrated over the past century.
The next day we went to the Mercado Municipal (central market) where you could find the best tasting exotic fruits. I bought a fruit salad with fresh strawberries, pinneapple, watermelon and papaya. The watermelon was my favorite. I did get to try a few ...