Riema Paulista Classic Flat
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... of years of art about and by Brazilians with African heritage. It has a huge amount of stuff paintings, photos and sculptures, the only shame is it's solely in Portuguese which meant I couldn't read any of the descriptions
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I got back at about 5.30 pm from a 9.0 am start and went out with the guys to a Brazilian BBQ or churassco as they call it - beautifully cooked meats, vegetables and drink - I had one Brazilian cocktail a caprizinha with vodka, sugar cane juice, lime and my it was strong- very strong- I suspect Becky would like it- I did but one was enough- we had a very ...
4 weeks down and we arrived at our final destination of Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo is a mega metropolis and is definitely the lesser visited of the two major cities of Brazil. I had heard Sao Paulo described as the "ugly stepsister" of Rio so my expectations of the city were pretty low. As a result, we had decided to make our visit to Sao Paulo fairly brief. Well I can say that I was pleasantly surprised by the city. Although we were only there for a ...
... great weather – blue skies, 27°C. I think, I have hardly ever seen a place or city, where so many people rode their bikes, played basketball, jogged, walked their dogs, did picnics etc. It was a very buzzing place to hang out. I also spotted a new kind of sports: cycle polo. The latter is similar to traditional polo, however is not played on horses but on bikes. It seems very challenging! Check out the video.
After hours of strolling through ...
We made it to Sao Paulo. Driver picked us up and we took a bus tour into town to see some sights. Unfortunately it started to rain. We got out at McDonald's and everyone got waterproof ponchos. We went to see the church just in time for 11a mass. See the pictures. Most of the tour was cut short because the rain. We walked thru the square that marks the city center where all distances in the city are measured from. Again cut short due to rain, we drove over to the futbol ...