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No words of the day, no nice things to say. We got up at 5 and travelled to the local airport to catch an internal flight from sunny rio. Our cab ride was pretty uneventful and we arrived with about 2 hours to spare. Whilst checking in our bags the lady behind the counter laughed at the hologram in our passport then had a good chuckle in Portuguese with the guy behind her. Not knowing what was happening we smiled and nodded and went along with the situation. Then ...
... road. Although I was afraid of getting robbed, kidnapped or murdered, we decided to walk onto the closed off road ourselves.
It was an unreal experience, kind of like a video game. An elevated highway, passing between tons of high rise buildings, just empty for people that wanted to exercise or have an evening stroll. This was one of my favourite things we found to do in the city. I was afraid at first, but everyone in the city seemed so harmless as far as we saw. Upon walking ...
... cause or outcry of injustice for the simple pleasure of mindless destruction. You cause more hardship than the general complaint and do nothing to promote social justice. It is destruction for the pleasure of the act, nothing more and it's sad. Sad to witness and such a waste of energy.
Face down a tank, unarmed and face unmasked like the brave protester in Tianamon Square and you have my support. The pissants I saw in Sau Paulo did not deserve ...
So woke up to a sliver of sunshine today! It was great until about
half hour later when it clouded over again. Fortunately though it didn’t
So today I set out to see the famous Parque Ibirapuera which is this
big as park in the middle of Sao Paulo. I again took the metro which I
have now mastered, somewhat… The closest metro station to the park is
about 10 mins walk so I did the most ...
... same apathy applies as with us Aussies learning a language in school, how much French, Spanish or Chinese can you remember?
Back in the car I was just ready to sit back and breathe it all in. Daniel's Mae & I squeezed in the back, surrounded by our luggage while Daniel & Andre chatted in front. The drive into Sao Paulo is typical of most modern cities. We sped along a huge freeway lined with industrial areas & factories and open land for ...