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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
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 ...
... took pictures of the murals, I tried not to walk into the walls as I was obviously enamored. Then he bought breakfast of pão de queijo while we chatted about jumping out of things in the sky. I believe this is the definition of "man".
So, while São Paulo is not necessarily a traveler’s destination, there is always something to find if you look hard enough, and get lucky enough to have a local show you the way. ...
... the wings attach to the plane are manufactured on-site. The outsourced fuselage pieces are assembled off-site in pieces that look like large tubes, and then shipped to the main facility. They arrive with an anti-corrosive coating that is a different color from the coating used on-site so that the pieces are distinguishable from each other during the assembly process. All the different Embraer models are based off a common platform, and have 92% of the total parts in common. ...
... out sentences in English and whoever you're talking to might just be able to decipher enough keys words to understand what you're talking about and vice versa. We haven't found that to be the case here much. My Portuguese is getting better though...
Summary of Tim's Portuguese:
See below, words and phrases Tim can speak in Portuguese (there aren't many.)
... hoping concentration would equal recognition. It sort of worked, I got a few food words, but still had know clue how mozzarella cheese and hearts of palm combined with three other new words to make a dish. Hmmm. With a few more questions to D, still no luck. And so I ordered, fairly blindly. Both of my esfiha(s) had mozzarella cheese, but beyond that, who knew.
It turned out that esfiha can be made a few different ways but ours was a ...