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Resting in Sao Paulo; day trip; saying goodbye to Brazil.
We arrived back in Sao Paulo after two months of travel and a final uncomfortable overnight bus journey, and we were exhausted. Thank goodness for loyalty schemes which allowed us to check into the Holiday Inn at 9.30 am and crash for the day, watching cable TV.
We didn't have much planned in Sao Paulo. On Thursday we went to the Afro-Brazil museum which is in a big park with a lot of ...
... during World Cup games so the employees and students can watch the games.
3. Cassava roots are a main ingredient in many Brazilian foods.
The people in Brazil are friendly, chatty and interested in talking to travelers like us.
When we leave Brazil, I will miss...watching the World Cup games in Brazil.
While in Brazil, I learned...
to African dance with my mom and teacher Marcella, from Rome. She moved ...
... flew in.
After clearing immigration and customs- (once again humungous queues) we are greeted by the smiling faces of my sister in-law'sbrother, Kamran, who had come to Australia four and a half years ago for our elder daughter's wedding, and his son, Ramin.
What warm and generous people, they wouldn't hear of us trying to fathom catching a taxi to their place. We collected Kamran's lovely wife Faroukh and went to dinner at a large scale ...
... We also had a lot of chopp (draft beer) again, which is about 5R here - so cheap! On all the tables there is just a scorecard, and if you finish your beer the waiters automatically replace it and mark it on the card - its so dangerous! The waiters also let us try jabuticaba, which is Brazilian black berry like fruit, kind of similar to grapes but you cant eat the skin. The waiters were being so nice to us as I dont think they usually get foreigners in this place - it was ...
... at the store and played cards while drinking more back at the hotel!!
The next day we did a walking tour of the centro area of Sao Paulo which was really interesting and went up the hightest building in the city to see a 360 degree view of the hundreds of skyscrapers and the helicopter taxis that the rich people use to get around!
There had been riots in many Brazilian cities ...