InterCity The Universe Flat
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... a barzinho.
Even took a film of the light show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJemem_ QxJE&list=UUfatWKmTaT9m2mFIN56qzOQ< br>
The towers and building are a delight at night, lots of people out and enjoying the warm Fall evening...
Life is good!
... we managed to see most of the main attractions (I think), including the huge Ibirapuera park - one of the biggest city parks in Latin America. The park was a fifteen minute walk from Priscilla's flat so we spent a couple of days there walking around and taking in the city skyline. Roller skating seemed to be the sport of choice and we wandered around wondering if all these people owned their own roller skates or if we could rent them somewhere. I dont think I've seen ...
... in Brazil so far. Then we had 9 or so beers to make us feel like we were living the dream. So then we asked the guys at the bar if we could watch the Australia and Croatia game and I have a feeling that he gave us complementary food and drinks because he knew were were going to loose. I'll just take it for what it is. Now we have stumbled back to the hostel and Kathy and Jess are already out it is time for me to say buenos nachoes and I hate São Paulo already. ...
... words he knew in English but did he really think i didn't know it was meat? And, having visited Quebec a lot, I incorrectly assumed more people would speak some English in Brazil. WRONG! It makes sense with the poor public education system, but I had become accustom to people from Quebec and Europe just switching to English as soon as I spoke to accomodate my lazy, monolinguistic butt!
Stuffed with meat, back to the hotel for some sleep (I need it!).
... 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 ...