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... and textiles. On a darker note, the museum also has on display original manacles and chains used during the times of African slavery in Brazil as well as a wall covered in shoes (made or worn, I wasn't sure of the translation) by slaves just over a hundred years ago. Although Brazilian society lacks much of the very prominent racial segregation still visible in the USA, the exhibits were a stark reminder of a very dark past.
Other things we did in Sao ...
A couple of hugs to a sobbing mother and friends and finally the trip of a lifetime, one several years in the making, was underway.
Having been stressing about my tardily-challenged and partially arabic looking friend causing us to miss our flight (we were already well behind the 8-ball) it was only right that I was pulled aside for a dual security check. Satisfied that my only weapon was my baby blues and arresting charm i was sent on my way.
... You can then choose to accept or decline the offering. If you display the red side of the card then no one will come to your table. It can be quite overwhelming especially if you're not a meat lover. The concept is eat as much as you like. There's lots of salads and veggie, cold fish and sushi options too if you ...
... attracts from wealthy countries like the US and Germany, with the largest concentration of US companies outside of the US and the largest concentration of German companies outside of Germany.
In terms of individual wealth however, Fernando indicated that 90% of the wealth belonged to 9% of the population. There were plenty of opportunities later to see the problems with this. Interestingly, 70% of the population is Roman Catholic but in general, ...
... from the monster in our dorm), and the next morning set off for another day of sightseeing. More out of date info in our guidebook meant that we missed out on what was planned, but we found (you guessed it!) another street market! We bloody love markets.
That night we went out to a famous pizzeria, Braz, as a treat. This really makes it sound as though all we did was eat, but I promise that there were long breaks between each of these meals! Braz was absolutely ...