Feller Avenida Paulista
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Ok, can we just stop for a sec and appreciate the fact that JESS IS IN BRAZIL!? It's kind of bittersweet, though, because, although I have a five hour layover, I can't leave the airport and see Brazil because I didn't buy the visa because, ha $160 for five hours? Mm, no. Especially because in August, Americans are no longer required to have visas to go to Brazil, as the US is taking away the requirement for Brazilians. So I'll get my Brazilian adventure some day. The flight ...
... on but being even more boisterous than before!
The 19th had finally arrived and myself and leon both woke up buzzing for the evening encounter of England vs Uruguay which we had tickets for! Getting ready in the room 3 lions and world in motion were blaring out and we were optimistic after England's good attacking performance (albeit ending in a loss) to Italy. Heading to the stadium we started to realise how badly outnumbered we were by Uruguay fans and ...
... the class of Ronaldo shone through in the end when he crossed an inch perfect ball for Portugal to equalise. We had also visited the Football Museum earlier in the day which as very interesting to the converted.
Today we went to our first match - Holland v Chile - 63,000 people in the Arena Corinthians - traveled by train - very exciting and the emotions of the Chiean supporters in particular was amazing to see- a good game which Holland won deservedly 2-0 and after ...
... and see, many different suburbs to explore. We only had a couple of days but we seemed to get lots done.
Our friend Alex came to meet us there & will travel with us for a little while which will be nice to spend some time with him. Neil has a boy to talk football with!
Visiting the different ...
In my last entry I wrote of my arrival and short stay at a heavily American hostel in Vila Madalena. On Wednesday morning I moved in with my host family, who live in the beautiful bairro of Perdizes. To give you a feel for how nice this neighborhood is, there is an inconspicuous café a couple blocks from my apartment where celebrities and footballers are regularly spotted. Apparently just a couple weeks ago my host Dad, Élcio, saw Paulinho, a Corinthians player who's leaving ...