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... bye to David, he is flying directly to Miami while we are flying to Curitiaba, and head off for our flight. Very uneventful connecting flight in Curitaba to Sao Paulo, where we have a decent size wait until our flight to Chicago.
We arrive in Sao Paulo around 3:00 and our flight is not until 9:00. We go to see if we can check-in yet, but the United area is not set-up yet so we go off to find some food. We had been ...
... flea market. It was pouring with rain, but stopped on the way for a dulce de leche doughtnut. AMAZING. The market was nice, it is under the Museum of Modern Art, and is full of antiques, bits and bobs and weird objects. It was a nice experience, and after we headed back to the hostel, making another pit stop at the bakery. We chilled in our beds, and when our tummies started to rumble, we made another attempt to try the shop. It was less busy, and we managed to buy what we ...
... or so (or in Cassia's case all her life!) It was a short drive to their apartment, which (we are reliably informed) is just off the Brazilian equivalent of Wall Street. However, a short drive in the city with the worst traffic jams in the world (according to Time magazine) can soon become a long drive, but we were lucky with the traffic. That evening we had a wander around the local area, taking in the countless high rise buildings and shopping malls. We stopped in ...
We went out to dinner at Bovinus in Reboucas which is the first time I had ever been to an authentic Brazilian Churascaria for dinner. Our guide Fernando warned us not to get suckered into filling up on the cheap stuff and which cuts of meat we should all hold out for. I never ate so much red meat in my life. Check out the pics taken at the restaurant below.
... br> We got to "Luz" station (one of the oldest if not THE oldest train station of Sao Paulo) at about 11:30. Behind the station lies a huge park and there was a special event that particular day : a show of old cars, motorbikes, bicycles and even trucks. The place was packed with people watching all those remnants from another era, in awe, just like me. I had taken my camera, of course, and just went mad. A beer and half an hour later, off we went to ...