InterCity The Universe Flat
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... forces morning training. We ended up coming out the east side and attempted to head towards a metro station about 30min walk away to head to our next stop. This turned out to be tricky as the roads we needed to cross were 4 lane freeways! After some quick running, dodging, route changing and general chaos he reached the metro station via a building with a 30m Indian statue & the metropolitan cathedral. Our next stop was the Pinacoteca museum in ...
... national anthem much to the annoyance of the Luis Suarez doppelgänger (without the teeth) in the row in front of us. He gets his own back however when his lookalike scores and turns around grabbing and gyrating his ****** like Michael Jackson but with more aggression. 'We'll move at half time' says Karen sensibly eyeing several empty seats. We end up moving to the other end of the stadium where the England fans are situated and find a good position standing ...
... foreigner strangers. Here's to you Paulo!
And that concluded our time in Brazil. All of our flights coming home were super smooth and we even arrived to a balmy 5C in Calgary which was amazing considering the super cold weather that had plagued the Prairies for much of the time we had been gone.
So that's it. Another trip has come and gone. We had a fabulous time and so many amazing memories! Until the world opens its doors to me again!
... 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 ...