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Mother Nature has ensured that we have some warm sunny days here in Sao Paolo. But today, we got a chance to witness the real rainy, slightly chilly and windy winter of Brazil. And I realized that my heels have a secondary purpose of keeping my feet dry when I find myself in situations involving puddles.
Promptly at 8:30am, my dry feet and I climbed into the taxi to make our way to Argo IT, along with the rest of the group. Argo IT is the top online booking tool (OBT) in ...
... probably thinks its pretty basic but I've been staying in hostels for about 4 months of the year so its pretty much 5 star for me at this point. No time to waste as brazil are playing in 3 hours so we set out in search of the fan fest. More good news as the fan fest is less than a 10 minute walk from our hotel and as we get there its getting pretty packed in anticipation of the brazil match (vs Mexico). Obviously a few beers are in order and its easy enough to find them as ...
... room wasn't illuminated properly, there was definitely enough light for me to read the English version of the story behind this collection of childish drawings. The sentiments expressed in the writing of these girls however was of the most mature and generous nature.
What could be a very bleak and heart breaking exhibition was for me an example of the good and kind in the human spirit triumphing over evil.
Next stop was the ...
... were packed with shoppers. There were quite a few Brazil party supply and novelty stores in this neighbourhood. Oh how we could have used these during Carnival!
After asking a number of times for directions to the market we finally found it. It was in a lovely building with amazing stained glass windows. There were fruit vendors, fish, meat, spices, cheeses, restaurants, souvenirs, nuts, you name it! I tried the fruit from the ...
... wandering the streets. There are many restaurants nearby and I have yet to be disappointed with the food or drinks. On the drinks side of things, the national cocktail is the caipirinha, a delicious lime concoction made with cachaša, an alcohol distilled from sugar cane. In the food department, everything is fried and cheesy – my kryptonite. Good thing I’m only here a week. Back on the elliptical when I get ...