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... of the Mullah Nasruddin. They tend to be humourous stories with a moral. The moral of the story Kamran told was no matter what you do, there is always someone who will criticise you.
Farokh then told another tale that had us in peals of laughter. No matter how we turned it around none of us could work out its meaning.
Hence the title of this story, but more accurate was Sherwin's take on that saying.
Which will go unrecorded in this ...
... of this urban area. It is not possible to see the end of the concrete jungle in any direction; ugly but so immensely vast that it is impossible not to be impressed. I shared this moment with a rather attractive Italian travel writer called Stephano. We then went to the Mercado Municipal which is a food market inside a building with stained glass windows. We sampled exotic fruit and drank beer! The graffiti alley was also worth ...
Sao Paulo is a huge city of 20 million and is one of the richest cities in the southern hemisphere. The prices reflected it too! We were out of the Argentinas, the Bolivias and the Perus and were back to paying full price for things…sometimes even more than we would pay in Sydney!
It's a pretty city though with lots ...
... our hands before entering the floor. Once inside we were shown the 2 different auto lines starting with the raw paper and cottons that get feed to produce the pad all the way thru packaging and boxing. They were very proud of their newest machine which turned the pad sideways allowing for the machine to process up to 3 times as much finished product. Simple changes can sometimes make a huge impact.
Next stop was to see the process of making solids and ...
As you may have read from my last blog entry, I was rather upset to leave Rio. This was exacerbated by the fact that I left with Croydon on my mind. I'm glad to report that Sao Paulo bares very little resemblance to that part of the world. However it's a city that suffers like a sibling who has cooler, more intellectual, better looking older brother. It's shunned into the shadow by Rio which receives all the limelight amongst the traveller community . Yet for me Sao Paulo is a ...