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... That means we managed to get an even better spot and could join the main Australian contingent. It was a very eventful and exciting end to the game, but unfortunately did not end well for Australia :( nevertheless we were most pleased that Australia were able to compete with a world class team. After the game we went home for a quick change before heading out to a bar to watch Chile v Spain & Croatia v Cameroon. I had my first ( but probably one of the ...
On our way to Parati we had to stop at Sao Paulo as there was no direct bus from Curitiba. We stayed at a CouchSurfing friend. He is 48, lives with his old mother. They were so kind to us that we felt as at home. John spent with us all the time: the first evening he showed us Sao Paulo at night until 1:30 am, and the next day we went together to the parks, museums and the downtown. Thanks to him we really enjoyed this short trip to Sao ...
... at face value for now). They can even make rubber tires from sugar cane ethanol which really fits great with our team porject.
It was a good talk but we still have some time before lunch. We take a few minutes to go to an upscale mall and walk around . More outrageous prices.. Not even sure how the well-off can shop in this place! And in the middle of the mall they have not just a few trees like we ...
... to watch how they copied everything but also managed to add some innovation and new ideas rather than rehashing the IKEA concept.
The night ended at their house with some delicious Sao Paulo Pizza.
During my stay here in Brazil ive come to the conclusion that Brazilians eat all the time and the time inbetween is spent talking about what to eat next.
All this was squeezed into a few short days before we headed back to Sorocaba for the next point on the agenda.
... no photos are allowed. But I still enjoyed looking at this snapshot of Brazil- the grand, red carpeted entrance hall, the antique cars and fire trucks, the soldier uniforms and the pottery of the natives.
After an hour I made my way outside to the real attraction of the museum, the immense garden structured after Louis XIV's Versailles. Even though I've never visited Versailles, I'm in love with it. I wrote my college history paper ...