Adagio Sao Paulo Moema
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Sao Paulo was never in my initial plan. I had heard it was too big. Too difficult to get around. Too hard to enjoy without a lot of time or a lot of knowledge of the city.
A combination of undpredictable weather on the beach, a 1 hour flight ticket being cheaper than a 10 hour bus and a colleague of John´s who offered to put me up and give me some tips meant that I added it to my itinerary at fairly short notice.
I was actually scared to write this, but I've got a lot of points to bring up. Here’s my outline: What I’m not going to talk about, what happened (that you didn’t see on your TV screen), the (considerably dim) bright sides, what the social mood is in Brazil right now, and my hopes for what this country can take from this game. As always, read what you like. When I said I wanted to come to Brazil because I wanted to see history in the making, this is ...
... pip is in front of me on the back of a motorbike and I was on the next 500cc speeding uphill and round tight bends at break neck speed. The driver found it funny how tight I was holding onto him, whilst I praying for my dear life and hoping the journey would soon be over and we would make it to the top alive (just long enough for me to kill pip for taking me up here in the first place!).
Luckily we made it alive and no one tried to rob us or shoot us ! ...
... somehow. Liam also got to take a penalty and won with a 99mph strike down the middle. He walked about smug the rest of the day. After the museum we had to head back to hostel, get our things and head for bus to Foz Du Iguacu. This time the bus was on time, the seats were alot wider, reclined almost full way back and we were given a blanket and pillow. We spent the 16 hour journey watching tuesdays Geordie shore, some big bang theory series 1 then ...
... No such luck. By the time we paid the bill, the drops were dime sized. Into the rain we went, two blocks later it was thundering and lightning. Oh dear. We stopped under a the shelter of a closed store, only to realize that there was a rather sketchy fellow using a store cover on the same block. My friend looked at me and asked, "do you want to wait here or walk on?" Then the street lights went out, answering her question for me.
We walked ...