Hotel Mercure SP Moema
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- Swimming pool
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... that time in Japan, and bah is misery. So to feed the family well, they emigrate. the first arrivals by boat, from Kobe, via the Cape of Good Hope were 791 only!) They melt slowly this community that extends today to all Asian countries but also to countries like Lebanon or one finds many of their shops in this corner of the city. Brazilian wholesale sauce!
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Note the Japanese temple represented on the panels to cross!
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... deep fried chicken and chips, washed down with a caipirinha or two...
Still on the topic of food we also visited a local food market one day where Thais buys all her fruit and veg for the week. It was a small market which we would have never known about if it wasn't for Thais. Here they sold so many different types of fruit and veg. What was great was we got to taste loads of the fruits as the market sellers would literally force it in front of your mouth. ...
... entrepreneurship. Twenty-minutes into our journey, the bus suddenly stopped at some nondescript place and a guy carrying a bag jumped on. This bag in Zimbabwe, it is called the Changani bag (the gist of it all is that is it a proper hold-all). The guy was a “motor-mouth”, he just started handing out some chocolates. It transpired that whilst he was handing out the “free” chocolate, he ...
... Upstairs we found touristy and pricey but delicious eateries serving local and Portuguese delicacies, like mortadella sandwiches bigger than your face, giant empanadas called pastels, and fried cod. We tried the latter two and they were yummy but very heavy. Lots of oil and not very fishy. But fresh. After a quick photo shoot in the market we walked back toward the subway, making a stop in a toy shop for some carnival okay things. This shop was owned by a Chinese lady who I ...
... to try which was really nice so we said ok, we will buy a pitaya, then he tried to charge us $40 BRL which is about 11pounds! It wasnīt that great so we didnīt try any more tasters! We wandered through the city through some pretty rough areas and saw the cathedral which is really impressive but outside in the fountain area, there are huge amounts of homeless people using the fountains to ...