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... they said, because of a new metro line. A reasonable meal but I was certainly ready for bed and declined what might have been a fun excursion with Andres and Rafael.
Next morning it was back to the institute for a further session with the municipality. I left at lunchtime to go to the airport. What a contrast! Only 30 minutes to get there and quickly through security so I had 2 hours to wait. I still found it astonishing that some of the roads had 10 lanes on each ...
... museum, is conveniently situated a football superstore, which sells the official football kits of all the participants in the world cup as well as general football kit. I could not resist buying the official Brazilian playing shirt and I had the number ten (10) and my name printed at the back.
After the Football museum we went to the Jardims (Gardens) and visited the Nossa Senhora do Brasil ...
... coordinating our way around so we found a nice park by the art museum and chilled out in there for a few hours, it was the first place where we had our personal space back! It is a mega city and we only wanted to stay the one night before a 16 hour bus ride to Florianopolis, it was too busy and crazy, a number of the locals told us it is unsafe so it did put us off a bit. Next stop, the ...
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... Society, and will be travelling on to Paraguay with us. Margot and Fran showed us all around the centre of SP. We visited the Cathedral, had lunch in the busy fruit and vegetable market, and were fascinated by the amount of shops selling craft items. Apparently 'crafters' from miles around come to stock up on beads, ribbons and other decorative items. Tomorrow we leave for Asuncion with Liz and ...