Hotel Fasano Sao Paulo
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... Latin America meal times.
The next day we went to the beach with Joao, Antonio and all of Antonio's family, including his brother and sister in law, their kids and his aunt and uncle. It was a great big family gathering on the beach and we couldn't help but feel out of place, especially because it was so difficult to communicate with everyone in our 'traveller' Spanish and their 'school book' English. Nonetheless, they made us ...
Although the majority of these travel blogs have been written as close to the announced date as possible, it is also true that many I have written are in fact a recounting of events that occurred what only feels like years ago. I'm not going to lie. This blog is one of those and so if the events seem hazy, ill remembered and inconsistent with our typical goings on it is very very likely I have made it up in ...
... we were there, seeing as though we were there for 5mins waiting for a cab. lunch was pretty average-apparently the girls food tasted like chemicals and the pasty was so crumbly you couldn't even get it on a fork. I made the mistake of getting a hamburger....which was bread with ham and a side of potato straws...you win some you lose some- this was a loss for sure! we headed back on the bus- amazing view looking back at Santos-forest ...
... S America. It's huge, has everything you want/need, but has a slower pace of life than London. It also happens to have the highest concentration of Japanese people outside of Japan so the sushi is outstanding - something else we'd missed since the US. Our two days went in a blur of relaxing, eating and wandering around the huge parks which South American cities seem to love, and before we knew it, it was time to check out and head to the airport, and to ...
... and probably even ATM, just not the ones I use.
Finally sustainability. I was surprised in a compressed period, a bank would focus on sustainability as something we needed to hear about. Itau was the sustainability bank of the year for 2012. It turns out I would hear a lot more about sustainability from Brazilian companies.
Ok, time to GET OUT. No, they weren't like that but they clearly had other things to do and it was time to ...