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... some of the sights, which gave us ideas of what to visit next time we are in town, and then took us to a great pizza restaurant. For a starter we all shared a plate of crispy flatbread with a soft curdy local cheese on it. The pizzas were delicious, very thin and light, and for dessert we shared a rich chocolate mousse.
Then we had to go back to the hotel to pack and get ready to go to our next stop: Belo Horizonte.
... in Brazil so far. Then we had 9 or so beers to make us feel like we were living the dream. So then we asked the guys at the bar if we could watch the Australia and Croatia game and I have a feeling that he gave us complementary food and drinks because he knew were were going to loose. I'll just take it for what it is. Now we have stumbled back to the hostel and Kathy and Jess are already out it is time for me to say buenos nachoes and I hate São Paulo already. ...
... had a fabulous dinner and karaoke night with Mirić and Fernando in the Japanese district Liberdade (Sao Paolo has the largest Japanese community in the world outside of Japan) where they really take the karaoke concept to town – a massive stage, dancing, even a whooping crowd, it feels a little like performing at a gig!
Mirić also took us into the town centre to see the Christmas decorations ...
... because it wasn't supposed to be that far and I think everyone felt realtively safe (even me, and I'm a big baby when it comes to any city, nevermind a foreign city where our guide told us not to hold our cell phone out from our body!). Anyway, we didn't find it right away and as we got further from Avenue Paulista I was not nearly as comfortable although I never said anything. Everything in Sao Paulo is gated which starts to bring into ...
... with their dogs, all inside
this flash as mall. It was kind of weird but I guess it is a sign that
Brazil is still in a developmental phase in terms of urbanization. This
is also reflected generally by the behaviors of the people I observied
and also the way they dress. It is ***********cretely describe, more of a
vibe you get. This impression is not helped by my friend and her sister
who constantly remind me that ...
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