Blue Tree Premium Verbo Divino
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... We spent the morning visiting the Museu do Futebol, Museum of Football, which was obviously Oli's choice but was actually really good fun. The 'Torcida' (cheering section) exhibition was amazing...you're underneath the stands in the stadium and films of different crowds are shown on moving screens, the sound is electric and you really feel the emotion as if you were at a nail biting match. We also had a few goes at trying to score a goal, I ...
... I don't drink usually....in the morning' (one of the funniest quotes of the trip but I think you had to be there). The guy that started all this then had vanished. Was he real or was he some kind of beer ghost!! After a strange morning of lost shoes and malaria I headed to my room to start getting ready and saw that my bag had been packed.....hmmm better find a new hostel. I found a new hostel with Ben and a few others. The rest of the day and night continued as it ...
... as expected and at every intersection there was someone selling Brazil flags for the big opening match. After settling in, James, Spencer and I went for a walk around the neighbourhood. Jardins is clearly a wealthy part of SP and it has a feel of Ginza in Tokyo and 5th Ave in Manhattan. We lucked onto a loud cafe that was showing football highlights to a predominately local crowd. Some chope (draft beer) and fried chicken later and we felt we were getting ...
... Metro and headed for our hostel. The metro was very modern and in my opinion the Olympics should be staged here as it seems the city would be able to handled a crowed better.
The week of fun in the sun caught up with us and we found ourselves wanting to do nothing but watch tv when we got to the hostel. Not very exciting but we needed the time off.
On Friday we went to explore the town. Sao Paulo is ...
... floor. Very interesting. JNJ had machines boxing and moving finished product compared to the people waiting at the end of the line for Natura. Someone asked about power outages. They said they do have them but they don't have back up power. The whole production can be shut down. It sounded like the power supply was generally reliable though. I sort of expected it to be a little less so than it was (or seemed to be ...