Address Faria Lima - InterCity
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... was the cruzeiro (later becoming the cruzado before becoming the Real used today), and people were happy to be able to afford an iron or other small electronic device paid out over 18 months!! There were many, many very poor people, especially children, in the streets and the divide between the extremely wealthy on one hand and the dirt poor on the other was evident everywhere one looked.
Then and Now, Some things Different, some the Same!
Sao Paolo...not somewhere I particularly enjoy but going to the semi finals of the World Cup has to have its cons I suppose. Back in the Concrete Jungle we felt we knew what we were doing...we had after all been here before, a rarity when it came to our time in Brazil.
As is quite typical with any competition there is 2 Semi Finals...given my support of Germany and our location, Brazil we thought we ...
... 163;1 and suspected knock off spirits - the only issue is that there are no toilets...! We had a great night, one of the best of our entire trip and made friends with a group of 3 English guys who'd been intending to have an early night... Thursday was England v Uruguay, so Ash headed off to the stadium early and Lucy watched it at the Fan Fest, which had a pretty good crowd of England fans (including the usual morons and their unimaginative chants). To console ourselves ...
... shutters and metal door barricades are down, but as soon as they open, it's lively, happy and energetic. Sao Paulo seemed the iconic city of contrasts.
Next I found a taxi and showed the driver the address. It took them about 10 minutes to figure out where the address was, and they kept asking me whether I was sure that, that had been the address I wanted to go to. I said yes, but started to feel a bit uneasy amid the confusion. As we drove away fromt the ...
... ve heard that Rio can be expensive and so we want to have enough funds to enjoy our last week away) which involved cooking ourselves dinner on most nights. Unfortunately the ingredients we got from the local supermarket were more than dubious and as such our meals were somewhat underwhelming, to put it nicely. The steak we used to make steak sandwiches was like chewing rubber. Communicating is very hard as ...