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... every weekend in August down the road. Althouh we had already eaten we decided to head down. The place was heaving with people, you couldnt even see the food stalls at the edges let alone get to them. We just got in the stream of people and waddled down the streets, going with the flow. It was crazy! Good fun though, every seemed to be in a great mood, drinking and laughing. There were several spaghetti stands (Brixiga is the italian neighbourhood) and ...
... a no no. Sadly football is not the game it once was. The game its self mirrors the contribution that Blatter and Platini has made during the time they have been in charge of FIFA.
Sao Paulo is a huge city with some twenty million people, Vila Olimpia is a large business centre, we have limited our exploration to around this area where there are two very large shopping centres one four stories the other has ...
... found a bottle of Ardbeg in here (!) as a gift for our hosts. The parks across the city are also lovely in the main, and very well kept. We were particularly proud of ourselves for negotiating the difficult journey on buses and metros from Fernando and Mirić’s house into town, though the 45 minute journey, standing, on a very crowded bus at 40°C was not something we’d like to repeat anytime soon!
... to allow natural light in. This was a common theme throughout the plant, using the natural light to reduce electrical use.
It was a good day and this afternoon's visit definitely outshined the morning visit but I was tired and looked forward to getting back to the hotel just to relax for a bit before dinner.
A group of us gathered and decided we would wander out to find a restauraunt recommended by Fernando called SPOT. We decided ...
... I did what any honest man
will do and gave up. Instead I decided to just chill in the mall above
the metro for a while. While there I saw at least three people in
pyjamas including one who was rocking a bright pink onesie. I wasn’t
sure if there was an event on or this was just a testament to the lack
of Brazilian fashion sense. I mean even Gizzy has banned PJs in
supermarkets… Another cool thing ...