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It took about 5hrs to get to Sao Paulo and you definitely know when you are getting near as it’s absolutely huge. We were lucky in that it was Sunday so we missed the huge traffic jams that happen around rush hour. The urban area is full of old school English style council tower blocks in every direction in no apparent order or planning. There is just urbanised areas in every direction and it took us a good 45min to get ...
... though I was on my own.
Graham had a game to go to, taking Ramin in my place.
I'm not 'over' the football like I was in South Africa, but I'm more than happy to watch it from the comfort of an easy chair.
From here it was a brisk walk to the MuBE, Museu Brasieiro Da Escultura, where there was an exhibition of the diaries and paintings of young girls held in Thereisinstadt concentration camp.
I had read a review of this in ...
For something a little different we arrived at São Paulo bus station early in the morning. Ate some crackers, brushed our teeth and booked our tickets for Foz do Iguaçu for the next day. Our trip to São Paulo was actually going to be a bit different as our friend Rudy, who we met on the boat, was picking us up from the metro station and we stayed at his place. After making Rudy get up early to pick us up and some breakfast we hit the city for some ...
... neighborhoods surrounding them were only one step removed from decrepit. I should add though that, in light of the well-publicized protests, it seemed appropriate that the graffito "$3,20 é roubo" was everywhere.
I suppose I may sound like the stereotypical judgmental and uncultured tourist, but I assumed São Paulo would share the chrome look of other rapidly developing metropolises like Shanghai or ...
... boss. We also took a walk across the street to walk thru a supermarket which was interesting. A lot of similar foods to the US, with a similar floor plan layout.
Next stop was lunch at Congonhas Prime restaurant which was another Brazilian chascoria (spelling). Not as fancy as the nite before, but very decent for a lunch.
After an hour drive and a power nap, we arrived at our next destination, Natura, located at Rodovia Anhanguera, Km ...