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... in, went for a walk around the area and then was able to sleep a little in the reception area because being woken up by very loud English guys, but fair enough I was in the reception area! I then was able to go to my room but did not manage to get any sleep really.
I spent the afternoon around the area waiting for the Brazil game.
Close to the hostel, there were a few bars and they ...
... was one that I could have continued asking questions and listening to the stories of these professionals for hours. I really enjoy sessions like this.
The second meeting of the day was with Elizabeth Kyoko Wada from the Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, which is a Laureate International University. Similarly to Alagev, Elizabeth is very passionate about the tourism industry and was happy to share her insights about ...
... I had a blast and appreciated the fact that we got to hang out in an informal environment for once, have a couple of drinks and just shoot the **** for few ours.
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For dinner a bunch of us went out for sushi. I can’t remember the name of the place but it was good. We got a couple of big platters and ate family style. In my opinion there is no other way to do sushi when you have a big group of ...
... restaurants and clubs of Augusta street, one of the megacity´s famed nightlife spots and get a chance to meet up with Fernando and Louise´s friends, all of which speak very good English and each one more welcoming than the last. One of the football season´s local derby games is on and we witness the fiery passion of the fans as Corinthians narrowly defeat São Paulo FC on penalties.
In the evening we are introduced to Sampa´s gay scene and descend into a ...
... We knew it was going to be a long walk so on the way out grabbed two of the many hotel umbrellas. We were stopped by one of the way-more-than-needed security guys who rudely ordered us in Portuguese to put them down. We looked at him like he was insane. We looked at the sky, our kids, the umbrellas and our room key and said, "take it easy, we'll be right back with your umbrella's, we're just going to dinner." He motioned no, so John went back to the front desk and had to ...