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Only here for 1 night for a connection onto Iguazu falls This is Brazil's largest city. We had a morning stroll to Ibirapuera park which is in the city centre and watched a bit of the marathon that was taking place. We have loved Brazil and now very excited to see Argentina! Next stop ...
... map for 10 seconds so I now know the entire topography of the city' Grieve. I'm not always the biggest fan of his circuitous scenic routes, though. Ollie marched out of the metro station purposefully while I trudged behind- I was still quite ill, but I managed to fight the combined efforts of my weakened, dizzy state and my 25kg backpack, and stayed upright.
After 15 minutes we reached the bottom of a hill (Ollie won't let me say mountain, but it was the steepest a hill ...
Its not that it became a pretty city in 3 months since I was here before, but I've seen it on a different way.
Sao Paulo is not a city to wander arround. You must know where you are going, and drive there, because if you walk, 1. It's too far, 2. The way is generally not nice.
I stayed again with my cousins, Cris and Alex, but this time they were on holidays, and it's Christmas!! So we had time to go to a few nice places in Sao Paulo and eat out. A lot.
... being the one with the Rocinha favela, the biggest in South America, where the military entered with tanks a couple of years ago. Although it seems to me that it will just be a temporary thing the pacification of the favelas, atleast until the end of the Olympics. Time will show.
Brasil is certainly working towards the right direction but still has some way to go. It does provide free education and healthcare but need not stop there. It has to provide a ...