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Second sea day- Felt much better today.Getting into the swing of being onboard.We went for breakfast "The Horizon " and joined in the melee!!!!!! Went to Spanish class and enjoyed the session this morning, we were learning to say where objects were. Hope you are keeping up Karen !!!!! After Spanish, I went to the camera club meeting, to join ...
... a logistics level I’m still optimistic. Here’s the thing though, Futebol is not a logistics game. Especially not Brazilian futebol. We’re the most emotional team out there. You saw it in the Chile game. Brazil gets sad and the fans get sad and then everyone just stops playing. It’s crazy how much our team’s attitude affects their playing. I can’t call it a weakness though, because it’s just Brazil’s culture reflected onto their ...
Andrea had an important meeting that day however and did have to work, (Italian company) so got home only an hour before kick-off. Having been for lunch in the centre of Sao Paulo and enjoyed the sight of fans from all different nations shouting signing and generally making a scene, we had looked at some bars closer to Villa Marina as potential places to watch the game but they were either full already or wanting a hundred or more Reals (£30) to ...
... from the monster in our dorm), and the next morning set off for another day of sightseeing. More out of date info in our guidebook meant that we missed out on what was planned, but we found (you guessed it!) another street market! We bloody love markets.
That night we went out to a famous pizzeria, Braz, as a treat. This really makes it sound as though all we did was eat, but I promise that there were long breaks between each of these meals! Braz was absolutely ...
... and metro back home led us through what probably used to be the old Sao Paulo : very cute little houses with gardens. When I told Paulo I could easily live here (for once, no skyscrapers !), he replied the area wasn't safe at all and that I would live in constant fear of being bur glared or assaulted right in my home. Sigh.
This is why Brazilians in Sao Paulo mostly live in those "Condominio" providing first 24h security and closed gates but also ...
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