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... and rum does not make for a happy morning.
Checked out the football museum, which is one of the top rated things to do in Sao Paulo on TripAdvisor. Was it good? Well really it should be called the Museum of Brazilian football as it focusses almost entirely on Selecao (the Brazil team), famous Brazilian footballers, and a history of all Brazilian clubs, completely at the expense of anyone else in football other than a hilarious giant kaleidoscope of ...
... match was on big screens at this Irish pub. Brazilian guys had jumped on the Superbowl bandwagon and were sporting Ravens jerseys, although they would cheer at anything that happened during the game, By the end of the smash Denver Broncos 49-27 win, we had converted several fans. Kick-off wasn't until 9:30pm in Brazil, getting us home around 3am.
On a free Saturday morning, Nancy Berenato and I took ...
... jet interiors, the sky is almost the limit on corporate jets. The only request they have not been able to fulfill due to safety reasons was the installation of a hot tub for a Sheik.
Once the interior has been fitted, the corporate jet is taken on one more test flight, where they will ensure that there are no unwanted movement, rattles, or any other problems with the interior. The interior is also thoroughly inspected to ensure it is free to scuffs, scratches ...
... can't flush toilet paper in South America but make sure you've always got some on you! You hear of so many stories of people getting robbed etc its just a bit of common sense, don't flash around your valuables Take snacks on tours, bus rides etc because the food can be rubbish Dress for warmth and comfort on bus rides as they crank the air on- a blanket isn't a stupid idea Anyway we are now off to Mexico to live it up in luxury for the next few days ...
... are closed in SA on Mondays. Instead I ventured into the Japanese quarter to check it out, but there was little here so after a few hours out I returned to the hostel to research and rest.
My feeling after day one was that São Paulo and its residents are like a couple no longer in love, but staying together for the kids. I feel like the city and its people don't appreciate one another anymore, the city with its grey, dominant buildings and the people ...
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