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... city has implemented a system to restrict certain cars on the road to help alleviate traffic. Depending on the last digit of your licence plate you cannot drive certain days of the week. There are cameras that will take your picture and send you a large fine in the mail. A weakness of this method is that richer drivers purchase a second or third car to circumvent the ban.
Today being a Saturday, we did not ...
In my last entry I wrote of my arrival and short stay at a heavily American hostel in Vila Madalena. On Wednesday morning I moved in with my host family, who live in the beautiful bairro of Perdizes. To give you a feel for how nice this neighborhood is, there is an inconspicuous café a couple blocks from my apartment where celebrities and footballers are regularly spotted. Apparently just a couple weeks ago my host Dad, Élcio, saw Paulinho, a Corinthians player who's leaving ...
... then there are a couple museums and pavillions. My favorite is the Museu Afro Brasileiro. Definitely on my top 10 museums list. There's also the Obelisk which is kind of neat for photos against the city skyline or park itself.
Like Reforma in Mexico City, it's the main avenue. There's more to do on the side streets though, to be honest. It is the center of everything. You can find the Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo there, but I ...
... Today we were picked up by an exchange student that came through Paeroa College when Gabriel and I were there, and he took us around to his place for lunch. His flatmates and friends had made hand-made pasta and some beef, which was an awesome change from struggling to figure out what we are ordering! I now can see why the meat here is so salty though; They unloaded LOTS of salt all over the meat, put some in the roasting dish, then put it in the oven. Nothing was ...
... round Centro
Right, off to get tickets for bus to Buenos Aires as they seem to be selling out.
Cant go on the 3rd as planned, so im going on 4th (Friday nite) getting there on 6th (Sunday lunch).
Its the biggest one out of the lot so i needs me a book and some snacks!
Forgot my passport and im going into another country. FOOL.
Its OK they've booked it with driving license and i just need to turn up early with docs to get it authorised.