Posts Tagged ‘Brazil’

Living the Dream in Rio de Janeiro

Monday, September 9th, 2013

Do you have a dream? No, a Dream? Or, better A Dream? For a long time I had THE Dream – to visit Brazil. Imagine how lucky I am – when I’ve just started to work for RB, to find out that Rio de Janeiro is calling! We, as a team, have to achieve the […]

Let me introduce myself…

Monday, October 10th, 2011

Hi all! This is my first time writing a blog and I must confess – I’m very excited! For this first post, I’m going to introduce myself. My name is Joana, I was born in Rio de Janeiro, but I’ve been living in São Paulo for 15 years now. I moved here with my family […]

Day 6 – Brazil Trek – Conquering the peak

Monday, June 27th, 2011

Marcelo Nobrego, HR Director, RB Brazil We woke up before sunrise to be able to beat the sun to the top of the imperial trail. This was a good idea as we were to quickly realize. Most of us where in respectful silence as we arrived at “Seu” Eduardo’s house the night before out of […]

Day 5 – Brazil Trek – The scenic group gets competitive

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Liam Collens, Legal Advisor, CHQ Having determined what was a must have and sacrificing what must go; my considerably smaller bag and I went to breakfast and later onto our next trail.  Today the group was heading towards a waterfall in the Chapada where we would eat lunch.  The terrain was far more soggy today, […]

Day 4 – Brazil Trek – Contagious and intoxicating enthusiasm

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

Liam Collens, Legal Advisor, CHQ After a hysterical night in charming Lencois, I prepared both mentally and physically for what would be the first real day of trekking.  The group was anxious to put tread to trail, fill camelpaks and embark on what we had been preparing for. There was a clear contagious and intoxicating […]