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... next to the mall that looked like it was a popular tourist attraction. After some walking and exploring, it was time to head back to our hotel since it was getting dark.
Some friends had recommended us to go to Augusta Street for food and drinks. So we got ready and took a cab over (Here in Sao Paulo it is a little more dangerous than Rio so we were told to take cabs at night as oppose to the bus). After getting to Augusta street we soon realized this ...
... visited the shopping district around Rua Oscar Freire. This is a street similar to Rodeo Drive in LA but I thought the mega luxury brands were missing (they are apparently in a mall nearby), it was more like Reagent/Oxford Street in London.
We then met my friend Aragon (a native of SP who lives with me in Araraquara) at the central market and tried lots of different Brazilian foods (i'll do a separate entry ...
... and then, once installed, some of the guys there insisted we share a plate of the delicious food they'd cooked. How often would any of this happen to foreigners in London?
Having wanted to see quite a few things in the city, we only had time to check out one fairly small area around Chinatown. S. P. is MASSIVE! In fact, on the bus leaving town later that day we were still driving past full on skyscrapers ...
... opening and one of my favorite visits of the trip.
UNICA is the largest organization in Brazil representing sugar, ethanol and bio-electricity producers. It was created in 1997, following a consolidation process involving regional organizations in the State of São Paulo after government deregulation of the sugar and ethanol sectors. UNICA members answer for more than 50% of all ethanol produced in Brazil and 60% of overall sugar production. The organization is run ...
... health, mental health, spiritual health, physical appearance, occupational needs.
I am also curious about how this works. Are there other churches who orchestrate the same type of event to cover the service gaps? Are there any longterm, systemic movements to procure some of these services for the community? Brazil offers healthcare for all citizens, why were these medical stations so popular? Was there level of care, or convenience of location ...