Hotel Grand Mercure Sao Paulo Ibirapuera
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... the road. Average.
Sorry if I’m rambling... I tend to do that. Oh well with a memory like mine, I need to record everything otherwise I’ll forget in a few days. Today I managed to navigate my way to the University which I can tell you is no mean feat. The buses are terrifying. They pull up like 3 at a time and with some serious speed – they certainly don’t wait either. As soon as my second foot left ...
2. with my Capoeira teacher, Mestre Lua de Bobˇ.
In Brazil, I was surprised to see...
that things "made in Brazil" break a lot, even more than things made in China. For example, my Dad sat on his bed at our hostel and it broke. And, my Mom broke a water faucet right off the pipe just by turning it off. Noa broke the shower right off the wall just by turning the hot water to cold.
In Brazil, I loved it when...
I had ...
... shops, cool bars, all kinds of restaurants and so much more. A few highlights were street capoeira (a non contact martial art that includes acrobatics and dance), the restaurant that invented the sandwich (quite a bold claim I thought), street parties, and general chaos.
I also got to experience the current music craze ...
... and their clothes. Infact it was set up like a small community, people were trading, washing, chatting, sleeping, almost like an open favela outside the cathedral.
We tried some sugar cane juice which sounds nice but was really not nice at all! The brazillians seem to love sugary food and drinks! We went to the monastry but couldn┤t see the monks that still live there. It was ...
... today’s competitive global environment as the company pursues new opportunities in other markets.
That evening we found Restaurante Spot after a long walk. We wanted to have a light dinner. I believe that’s where I had my first Caipirinha made with lime, sugar and Cachaša also known as Brazilian rum.
To learn how to make a Brazilian Caipirinha click here
Fernando's quote: "There are no sins below the equator"