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... with a new app called Whoppa, where the employees won’t pay the fare, but instead it will be expensed directly to the company. From where I come from I don’t believe this would make a big difference and it could even lead to an increased cost, but here it decreases simply because people have tended to apply for larger reimbursements than the actual price was and turned in fake taxi bills. Elizabeth actually also told us about ...
... but he managed to have a much better day than me as he met a few people at our hostel and went to copacabana beach for the day whilst I spent the day on a bus to rio to avoid the extortionate last minute flight prices! I arrived in the early evening and we had a decent catch up after having not seen each other for about 6 months. We went out for some Brazilian picanha (roasted meat) and some drinks on the streets of Lapa which is known for its street parties and even more so ...
... that my posts will continue to be more pictures than text but who knows. I'm off to Brasilia tomorrow, then a long cab ride to Abadiania to get myself healed by John of God. The next few days will be a vision of contrasts! I'll be leaving the 7th largest city in the world (11.5 million) to visit Abadiania (7,000 people) where there are still oxcarts seen on some dirt roads!
... process a transaction. TX Group handles about 30,000 transactions a months. Among others they cover the back-office operations of CWT in Brazil. Next to the operations of payments, TX also provides its clients with expense management tools and reports. The latter covers information such as the top 10 hotels and cities travelled to of a company; traveller information (check in/out; category of room; what extra services used); who booked the travel, who approved it ...
Woke up late this morning. 8am. No plans so I decided to walk down to Iquabera park. It is Sao Paulo's smaller version Central Park, without the hill in the middle. It is a loop trail around a lake. Joggers, Roller Bladers, Bikers, Walkers and Skate Boarders. Good people watching for sure. Lots of ice cream and soda vendors. Picnic grounds and some ...