Tulip Inn Interative
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... these famous Brazilian shoes, we were on our way to HRS, a hotel solution provider for corporate travellers. One big point that keeps coming up in each of our meetings, including this one, is that Brazilian hotels and even their airline, Gol, are not on the Global Distribution System (GDS) that most travel management company's (TMC's) use. Given that the hotels are independent hotels, it is just too expensive a venture for ...
... hands. Some of the skills on show were ridiculous especially from the women
Playing football with Argentinians on the beach
Going on a sightseeing tour which included:
Sugarloaf mountain (where I met Jamie carragher!)
The maracana stadium
Christ the redeemer
Typical brazilian churrascaria BBQ lunch
At one point I thought if brazil exited then this may ruin the atmosphere but Rio was an absolute blast for the week. I was very ...
... and spat it out in less intense form. Although our Air BnB host Sergio is certainly fixated on the tournament using his 'work from home' hours effectively to watch all three games daily! After the Italy game, I am in such confident mood about the state of English football that I turn down a £400 offer for our two tickets for the third group game versus Costa Rica in Belo Horizonte and change our forthcoming flight to Miami to a later date. Surprisingly, the ...
... and Salvador proved to be costly and eating into our travel funds. Although we were only making a cheap and cheerful pasta, it made us realise how much we missed cooking! The pasta turned out to be one of our most satisfying meals since we arrived in Brazil with Nayan turning it into a penne arrabiata due to a generous helping of chilli sauce!
The following day, we hiked for 2.5 hours to the beautiful Lopes Mendes beach. I managed to fall over ...
... now, right now because it might sound like I've never traveled, ever. But honestly, I was really not impressed by the quality of goods. I guess I was expecting the supermarket to be a little bit more... French, it being a bloody Carrefour ?!! :) Oh well.
So, here are my first first impressions of a supermarket in Brazil :
- there is a full alley selling only... rice on the right and feij„o (beans which are black, red, yellow, beige, brown, green, you name ...