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... of Gucci shops. Seemingly most Brazilians have two hours for lunch and have their main meal in the middle of the day.This area is just heaving with people as they spill out of their offices between 12 noon and 2 pm.
The Australian Sports Tour group has trickled in over the past two days and we have our official meet and greet over dinner tonight.
Tomorrow we fly to Cuiaba for Australia's first game on Friday. ...
... team scored was really emotional. Going to a soccer match in Brazil must be such a unique experience. So even though there are doubts about the success of the FIFA next year, the actual passion for the game will certainly be a story of success.
After the museum, our driver took us to downtown São Paulo. The closer we came to the old town, the sketchier it became. I am still shocked by the many homeless people. I think, I have never seen that many before. ...
... much opportunity for question and answer. A quick walk through the outdoor break area (a very nice outdoor break area) and back on the bus.
We had a little time to kill before lunch, so we went to check out a local mall and went across the street to see the local supermarket. The mall was not unlike a mall in NJ...except the prices. I saw American sneakers for 600 Reailes (that is $300 US) and Oakley sunglasses for 800 Reailes ($400 US). It ...
... I did what any honest man
will do and gave up. Instead I decided to just chill in the mall above
the metro for a while. While there I saw at least three people in
pyjamas including one who was rocking a bright pink onesie. I wasn’t
sure if there was an event on or this was just a testament to the lack
of Brazilian fashion sense. I mean even Gizzy has banned PJs in
supermarkets… Another cool thing ...
... a brownie, I just want to shout out “I can eat that, give me that!” But no, no matter what we choose from that long list, we are punished with an uber-healthy meal that serves numerous dietary restrictions.
When we arrived in Brazil, we worryingly thought that our fates might be sealed as on the plane. There was only one choice on the menu for us. After beef, chicken, and numerous meat options, scrawled at the ...