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... Imagine my surprise when Dick Halle appeared with his wife a few moments after I got on. They were on their way to Peru. Dick retired a few years ago and they were travelling economy. I couldn't do that these days.
Bad news on arriving at T4S in that my flight was delayed by an hour and a quarter. I think this is the flight from London because that was quite late leaving. It is a pain because the original departure time of 0035 was body time 2335 and just about ...
... barbeque – it is "carnivores’ heaven". The concept was the same as at Carnivore in Muldersdrift, in Johannesburg- South Africa, except that at Fogo De Cha, there is no exotic game meat available. If my memory serves me right, we had actually been to a Fogo De Cha in Houston, Texas in 2008 – so it was familiar territory. Since, I was very hungry, I was not going to mess around with the salads. I ...
... but went in any way. We ordered, were asked a few questions that we didn't understand, then a delicious mix of onions and parsley along with bread came out. For our beer they gave us some metal jugs (maybe aluminum?) which were brilliant at keeping the beer super cold. Quickly our mains came out which was heaps of food! We'd accidentally ordered Pete very raw beef - almost blue! I'd ordered pork and that was good. Massive servings. Plus 3 sides arrived - chips, ...
There are no longer any light vehicles in Brazil running on pure gasoline. Since 1976 the government made it mandatory to blend anhydrous ethanol with gasoline, fluctuating between 10% to 22%, and requiring just a minor adjustment on regular gasoline engines. In 1993 the mandatory blend was fixed by law at 22% anhydrous ethanol (E22) by volume in the entire country, but with leeway to the Executive to set different percentages of ethanol within ...
... a Michelin star quality dinner we cooked at the hostel and then it was back to the bus station to catch a night bus to our next stop, Curitiba.
It's a shame there's not more to be said about Sao Paulo. We hear that it's actually a great city to go out in if you know someone there, but we didn't. Well we did know ...