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After a really hot and humid and very sunny day, we had a delightful and dramatic storm that cooled things off dramatically.
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... not being able to understand many of the exhibits it was still really interesting since it was housed in a beautiful 19th century building that used to serve as Brazil's presidential palace. On the third floor they had preserved the bedroom where the ex-president Getulio Vargas had committed suicide after 20 years in power. His pajamas that he was wearing when he shot himself through the heart were displayed in a glass case along with his revolver. That’s the kind of morbid ...
... The amount of fresh
fruit and veg was incredible. And it tastes so good! I got to try sugar
cane juice (yum) and watermelon juice (also yum). And it's all so
wonderfully colourful :)
Tomorrow I'll be taking a night bus to Iguazu Falls.. Very much looking
forward to seeing the falls. And I guess then the adventure really
begins as I'll be on my own. Hopefully I'll meet some other friendly
travellers on my way.. :)
... which is a common way of paying for your food here, by weight. The food was fresh and varied and a change from the meat and french fries of Argentina which I didn’t mind but needed a change from, as for the fresh juices, they were amazing, my favourite is maracuja, absolutely beautiful.We only spent a couple of days in Sau Paulo but it was a great introduction to the cultural melting pot that is Brazil. ...
... anywhere else we had visited and fortunately it has a fantastic metro system. We also visited the aquarium which was completely overcrowded and we missed out seeing the manatee and great white shark which was the whole reason that we decided to go.
Sao Paulo has the largest Japanese population outside of Japan and it is very obvious when you are there. It seriously felt like we saw more Japanese looking people than typical Brazilian ...