InterCity Premium Ibirapuera
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... good. After breakfast we got ready and headed out to the streets of Sao Paulo. Our first stop was the Calixito Saturday market which is a famous market that Sao Paulo hosts every Saturday where they sell souvenirs, antiques, etc. The market was HUGE and had everything you could think of. There were also shops surrounding the market in addition to multiple food stands. You could spend hours here for sure. Come ready to shop and spend your time looking at the beautiful ...
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I've only been in Brazil for 3 days and already I feel like my brain is exploding with all the new things to take in. I have also confirmed my suspicion that my Portuguese is, at best, lacking...Most of the time I stand there nodding and looking slightly blank and the conversation mostly consists of the other person gesticulating and pointing and a lot of guesswork from me. That said, I have managed to get by ...
The drive into the city took forever since we first saw the signs saying`Sao Paulo´. We managed to negotiate the metro to the hostel, Lime Time. The city centre was packed, high rises and sky scrapers take over the city and you can literally see the city for miles and miles. The hostel had a so called pet dog called gringo, but it was actually a psycho!! The staff said straight away, mind our ...
... few who ventured out in search of new lands to explore. One of their objectives was to plant sugarcane in newly discovered areas in order to produce sugar. Examples of this include sugarcane plantations in Cape Verde, the Azores and Madeira islands, all of which were settled by the Portuguese. In Brazil, cultivation began in 1532 after the first expedition by famed navigator and explorer Martim Afonso de Souza. At the outset, sugarcane was planted in regions rich in ...
... festival, the company, the laughter, and the learning of this busy day, I am grateful.
Grace and peace,
*http://www.amazon.ca/Another-Possible- World-Marcella-Althaus-Reid/dp/03340409 49 Just in case you are interested. It appears to be fascinating! No worries, this is a link to the English translation of the book.
**this is my summary from pages 437-441 of the Portuguese translation