Hotel Fasano Sao Paulo
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... in Sao Paulo, but at another university. We've plans to go to the beach. It's a one hour drive from Sao Paulo and despite it's winter over here, it's still 26 degrees, so I'll have a dive in the sea!
Now I'm in my room, but I have to move, because the cleaner wants to clean my room (yeah, don't have to cleam my room or the apartment for half a year!) I'm gonna have a walk in the neighborhood!
... in 12 minutes and the game finished 7-1 to Germany. Devastation was plain on the faces of every Brazilian however much to everyone's surprise the World Cup continued, no harm no foul the Brazilians were now supporting the Germans! Football, crazy!
We were watching Argentina vs. Netherlands and to say the Argentinians are a rowdy bunch would be putting it lightly.The Brazilian Argentinian rivalry ...
... out in the hostel all day with the boys and ventured out only once to try a milkshake place down the road. It was in a shopping centre about 5mins away and as we walked in, we realised that our tramp attire was really not working here. It was the fanciest place I had ever been, and we ran in for a milkshake and left. It was scrummy and a perfect remedy for my hangover. We were ready to leave São Paulo, and after our goodbyes we made our way to the bus for a 16hr journey to foz de ...
... about rubbing it in a bit. Perhaps doing a celebratory dance at the station was little too much. We met up with Marcel and Isabel again and began our tour of Sao Paulo. After a bite to eat my hangover really set in and I began to fall victim to the hot busy city. By the time we got to Mercado Municipal, an enormous indoor market, we were flagging but once inside we couldn't help but forget about our hangovers. Traders thrust chunks of ...
... acquisition, updated IT architecture and they also need a little help from the government. As outlined by Mr. Rodrigues, the government needs to improve the country’s infrastructure also, the government needs to stop micromanaging the industry and they need to establish policies to control inflation which is a major issue for Brazil. We were quite astonished to learn that Brazilians value home ownership so much that they usually pay ...