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... but it was still very tasty. We also had several churrasco’s (Brazilian BBQ’s which are inside the house). I honestly think I can say that Brazilian churrasco’s are the best, better even than half burnt sausages in Selly Park... Generally the food in Brazil has been really yummy, if not somewhat fattening (they seem to fry or add sugar to everything here)Although I do love Brazilian food, if I have to eat one more plate of rice and beans...! ...
... days meatfest.
It was a lovely little house just outside of Sorocaba with a pool, football pitch (ofcourse) and lots of mango trees. It was quite nice to just walk up to it and yank a ripe mango of the tree for breakfast.
For brazilians this might be nothing special but for a pale gringo from sweden.. well :)
No surprise that most of the time was spent eating, alot. The grill was smoking non stop as the meat, sausage and chicken spits ...
The last day before we head north to Fortaleza was spend with some hanging out and going to the quinzinho de barros zoo.
It was a medium size zoo with some more exotic animals compared to the one back home, lions, jaguars etc vs the more traditional ...
2012 is coming to an end, and i got to experience my first Brazilian NYE party.
In sweden you gather at the designated party around 18.00 and maybe eat a little and drink alot.so youre fine and dandy when its time to light the explosives.
This year the eating didnt start til 23.00 and minor drinking but we did enjoy the exploding stuff atleast :D
It was a pleasant evening with some mingling and lots of laughs, heres to 2013!
Pics to come :)
after three days of fever we drove back to Sorocaba.
After a few hours after we arrived we decided that we had to go to the hospital.
I can tell you that the experience was quite different to Swedish hospitals.
Alot of handwritten notes and alot of waiting.