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... pizza!); and Ad cooked an Indian curry with beef, for which we spent half an hour in a local spice shop creating garam masala from a recipe the shop assistant found on the Internet (I felt bad because we took up a lot of her time and then bought something worth £3). Oh and Ju cooked us some chicken hearts - they were way better than the ones in Rio. We also managed to have hair cuts in a salon round the corner. Ad was very uncomfortable with having his hair washed, and he got ...
... perception that the tax money is not being efficiently put back into the economy and the people. There is a level of indirect corruption where someone who knows someone can secure a public administration job which pays a lot. There are a huge number of people like these which completely weighs down the country’s public sector and hinders its economy even more.
Anyway, just some social commentary from ...
... After the lookout we went for a walk in the botanical garden/zoo. There were pretty much no animals there and the garden itself was a bit of a dump… not for tourists indeed. We made the best of it though and had a good chat while chilling in the shade (The weather was terrifyingly hot for autumn).
We then went for some ice cream which ...
... though because some people from AIESEC came and picked me
up. My first impression of Joinville is that it is very dark because
duh, it is night. Joinville is a pretty major industrial city and it is
actually the closest city to New Zealand I’ve seen so far. The city is
spread out and there are very few tall apartments and people prefer
we hit for "Para-Chee" (as the locals pronounce it)...big difference to the pandemonium that a big city like Sao Paolo brings....it's a short(ish) trip from Sao Paolo but it was late enough when we arrived..none of the locals had a clue where the hostel was so we were circling around with our bags for a good bit... when we finally found it the hostel was hectic with none of the staff having a clue what ...