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Only here for 1 night for a connection onto Iguazu falls This is Brazil's largest city. We had a morning stroll to Ibirapuera park which is in the city centre and watched a bit of the marathon that was taking place. We have loved Brazil and now very excited to see Argentina! Next stop ...
... out that Brazilian culture was not too socially conservative, certainly not consistent with the church.
Fernando explained that Sao Paulo originally made money on coffee growing. The ideal climate made it worth growing and transporting by rail to the ports. The British provided the expertise to build the railways to the coast.
Finally he filled us in with his take on education in Brazil. The Rich kids go to private schools and they are ...
... after we got there. We waited out the rain and then got back in the cars and went to our second carnaval party of the day. This was the one we were most looking forward to. Eduardo's friend had invited us to the VIP section as his father was the one to organise the event. It was a mini pre-carnaval parade with local community samba groups dancing. It was so much fun to see some real samba. We hung out with Eduardo and his friends who were very insistent that we "move ...
... shawarma, we were excited.
On Friday we were super excited as we had booked ourselves into a niceish hotel for our final 2 nights. We checked out of the hostel at midday and walked 4 blocks to our new hotel, only to discover they didn’t have our booking, despite us having the booking confirmation email. No one there spoke English and it was very difficult trying to work out what was happening. After 30mins they got an English speaking man on the phone and turned out ...
... that most places are closed. So today we grab the wonderfully quite subway in Sao Paulo and head into the centre to check out the historic buildings and churches. But not before getting off early and seeing Japan Town. The street lights here are pretty awesome, designed to look like paper lanterns and just adding to the slight feeling that you are in the orient. Then carried on to the centre, popping into a church along the way. ...
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