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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
... s (Brazils yummy national drink) for this trip as we watched the game. As is probably the case for most, the Brazilians were very happy to see their fellow South American competitors eliminate Spain, mainly because they think they have a better chance of beating Chile should it come to that! We headed home for Fabio's mums traditional feijoada (black beans with a variety of meat including pig ears). Her cooking is always amazing and this was no ...
... us the city. This was a great privilege, because in a city this size being with someone who knows where to go and what to do is a great advantage. Maybe I was paranoid but I didn't want to take my phone or camera out with me in the city, for fear of getting either robbed. So the only photos I have to share are Eber's and I've described a couple of highlights below to fill in the gaps. FRIDAY AFTERNOON After arriving in Sao Paolo in the morning and finding my way ...
... more people from the walking tour. Despite it being a large city, we'd still managed to bump into the same people! The street part wasn't quite what we'd expected carnaval to be like (no parades and music), but nonetheless lots of great people having a good time is clearly what the event it all about.
The next day we headed to the Museo de Futebol, housed in a beautiful art deco stadium that is also home to the Corinthians team. It's always nice to visit a museum ...
... to watch how they copied everything but also managed to add some innovation and new ideas rather than rehashing the IKEA concept.
The night ended at their house with some delicious Sao Paulo Pizza.
During my stay here in Brazil ive come to the conclusion that Brazilians eat all the time and the time inbetween is spent talking about what to eat next.
All this was squeezed into a few short days before we headed back to Sorocaba for the next point on the agenda.
... the whole experience.
Brasil, the South American country which everyone says that is so different from the rest of South America, a league of its own!
The World Cup and Olympics fever is well underway here and lots of projects are under construction.
Many brasilians study to be lawyers but also now civil engineers because of the many construction projects that take place for the world cup and the Olympics.
Of all the places I ...