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... As I cannot play soccer as well as any of them, I will not be judging them. On the contrary, I still love that team. Stay strong for third place guys. Well, here’s what happened that you didn’t see. Brazil does not get bummed over soccer. They do not get upset over losing a game. They mourn losing a game. They go into depression about being out of the World Cup. That’s about what happened 23 minutes in. After that… well we’ll just say ...
... explanations… Pips broken Portuguese saved the day yet again, he found out that we could still take a “flexible boat” to the island but we’d have to wait until one came into the harbour. When it finally did, we were hoping they weren’t ripping us off as we had no idea how long the journey was supposed to take, the sun had set long ago and we just wanted to get on the boat, however in the end Pip did, as usual manage to get a good ...
... that has the majority of wealth in the country and it is very evident by looking at the architecture around.
Our first stop was the Liberdade. Liberdade (“freedom” in Portuguese) is São Paulo's Asian district. Even though Liberdade features various Asian businesses, its origins and main cultural references are markedly Japanese, and so it's commonly referred to as the Japanese district. As it was raining pretty heavily, most of the stalls ...
... afternoon. It was a 6 hour bus to São Paulo, we had 2 stops. Got in about 4pm and bought our tickets for the 6.30pm overnight bus to Iguazzu Falls. This was a 15 hour bus with 4 stops. It was fine, you've a lot more room than on a plane and the seats recline back very far. Still not the same as your own bed ...
... climate, finally endless sunshine!