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We've had 4 days exploring São Paulo and we are about to leave to catch the bus back to Rio for carnival. Rachel is now the proud owner of lots of sequins so we are all prepared! Talking to people before we got here, São Paulo had been getting some very mixed reviews, with some people choosing not to come at all. We however are very glad that we did. It is very different to Rio. It feels more relaxed and the people have been friendlier, stopping ...
... game day a short 45 minute metro and we were immersed in the crazy atmosphere that was the World Cup group stage game number 2. Super important for England as a loss would mean potential elimination, but only if Costa Rica beat Italy. England lost, it sucked and then Costa Rica surprised everyone and smashed Italy! What! What! At this point I became a 100%25 German fan (as Australia were out too), opposed ...
... Sam ( fireman Sam, how actually looked like buz lightyear). they had arrived today along with some other Mexicans we all met and hung out with. a bit of hostel salsa, pool and more chilli eating-this time in the form of a paste (harrisa), not so hot for some, but tasted yuck. thankfully a girl was going around filming everyone as she offered it to them!! awesome. all in all a good day in SaoPaulo. we are still excited to be leaving tomorrow ...
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Whilst we waited for the Indian Embassy in Sao Paolo to process our visas we stayed very busy. We spent time exploring the city centre and old town - the Modern Art museum in particular had an excellent Lucien Freud exhibition which we loved, as well as a superb buffet café downstairs, and the municipal food market was an amazing market, a real food lover’s paradise. ...
... wonder that the mall was mostly empty. Only a limited number of Brazilians could reasonably afford to shop there. Even a button down shirt was over $100. In the middle of the mall they had some trees, just like an American mall but they also had planted grass all around. It was unusual but after the trip is over, I now don't find it as surprising as I did at the time.
So we were off to the supermarket just across the street before we wuold ...