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... cute and the guy next to me offered us both gum. But what I found hilarious was that he had four passports. I joked with him, do you have more than one identity? He laughed and said no, and that one was a student one, one was for this thing, and bla bla. He was cool. When the new people boarded in Caracas, there was an old man to my right in the middle and for a minute I thought no one was going to fill the window seat. I asked him if he would mind if I sat there if no ...
... for the a dead rubber against Costa Rica. There was no party on this night!
At this point I will spare everyone the effort of reading about each and every World Cup game we watched on tv or the fan fest or at the game and go over the rest of my highlights up until I headed to Belo Horizonte:
Went to the national museum of football and got told off for lifting the replica World Cup trophy- what? It's a replica!
Local markets in São Paulo and the stunning array of ...
... as we had about 2 hours time. The flight is scheduled for 12.45PM. Patrick texted me around 11 and then 11.30 and he was still on the train. No signs of the train moving. I assured him that I will wait till the last minute before boarding the plane. Around 12PM I decided to board the plane. I finished my check in and got a text from Patrick that he is on his way. The train finally left and reached Santa Clara and he grabbed a taxi and rushed to the airport. I told the ...
Food & Drink
Favourite Local Dish: Mortadella Sandwich – The biggest fattest meat sandwich ever
New Tastes: Mortadella Sandwich & Black Dog (A hotdog!)
Hotel Paulista - $57 a night for a room with 3 beds, really nice brekkie included on the rooftop.
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 ...