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... on the plane was a simple sandwich. Four hours later, I arrive at Guarulhos airport and begin my grueling 11 hour layover! I killed time by walking the terminal and reading. The terminal was pretty spacious and I think it was recently built for Brazil's World Cup earlier in the year. There were a few shops in the terminal including a Chicago popcorn store and a Jimmy Buffet Maragritaville restaurant. I bought a nice Brazil soccer jacket as ...
... park right beside it! Why did we go to Iberapuera when this gem was sitting a few minutes away from our hotel? The park by the Luz is much nicer and even has a tacky artificial waterfall. The enormous trees were what were expected Iberapuera to have. We then went to the museum which was... an average museum and continued walking.
We wanted to go to a district with a lot of shopping so we hit up the 25th of March (a street that's closed just for shopping. The amount of ...
... Sunday, because it was PACKED. We found everything we wanted and queued up in a line waiting to pay, which seemed the shortest. Little did we know, this queue was the line for the over 60s, pregnant and the disabled. A bitter old lady, complained we were in the line, and told the cashier that we were not meant to be here and got us kicked out. We left everything on the side and stormed out. Hungry. After that episode, we met up with our new friends at the hostel, and headed to ...
... market and marvelled at the range of meats, fruit and veg, and fish on sale. We took a diversion to have a look at a train station, built by the British back in the day which looked uncannily like the station in Carlisle, before getting the metro back to the apartment, where we were meeting everyone else to go out for lunch. Ever since we had arrived in Rio we had heard about feijoada, a Brazilian black bean stew, that came highly recommended. It also comes with ...
... Parade was going on so we had to hoof it to the hotel since Paulista Avenue was closed for the parade. I wouldn't call it a parade, it is just one big street party consisting of some very interesting individuals who like to listen to extremely loud music! So once I finally got checked in it took a while for me to figure out exactly how to get the power to work. Apparently you have to insert your key card into a ...