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Many people had told us not to bother visiting São Paulo, they said it was a huge industrial city with nothing to see. However one of my old students from the school in Manchester where I used to teach had offered to meet up and show us around the city. We had made plans a while back and so we were really looking forward to it, but as per usual, the weather held us back. The rain was so bad that Tiago said "let's do what every Paulista does when ...
... on a later bus than us then heading straight onto a sleeper. I haven't heard many good things about Sao Paulo other than the nightlife but it still seems like a waste not to even have a look, especially since you are passing through. I remember being told the same about Los Angeles; that I should get out of there as soon as I can, and whilst I came to the same conclusion that it is a shithole at least I had a look myself to make up my own mind.
... a no no. Sadly football is not the game it once was. The game its self mirrors the contribution that Blatter and Platini has made during the time they have been in charge of FIFA.
Sao Paulo is a huge city with some twenty million people, Vila Olimpia is a large business centre, we have limited our exploration to around this area where there are two very large shopping centres one four stories the other has ...
... globally 70 universities - in Brazil 10). According to Elizabeth, only 12% of the Brazilian population can actually access universities.
South America is developing fast but it remains an incredibly diverse region with many challenges. Comprising 572 million people, 19 countries, many diverse political systems and development progresses, landscapes, ethnicities and cultures - it is difficult, almost wrong to speak of South America as ...
... to add after the fact. Everything was coffee with steamed milk and at all of the visits, it was usually coffee, black, served in a plastic Dixie cup like we used to rinse at the dentist. And if you wanted an "American serving" of coffee, you had to use the plastic water cups. They almost never had Styrofoam, probably related to the sustainability push that we found out about as the trip went.
So we were off to Itau, one of the top ...