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... to a minor collision on the freeway, this turned into a 2 hour long bus ride and we were starting to get over it a little bit. However the seats were comfortable so I just snoozed the entire ride. Finally we arrived in santos and it was not only cold but still raining. Still, make the best of the situation right. We saw the Mexican team and the Costa Rica team arrive in their FIFA busses which was pretty exciting then we had to find food, pretty badly. We ...
... don't come to Sao Paulo for the sushi.
However, the diversity was quite impressive. Walking along the streets, you could tell that this place had the charm of Toronto, New York and Amsterdam in that you had people of all races everywhere in the city. I find this a rare quality, especially when cities advertise themselves as diverse but finding someone that doesn't look like the dominant race takes effort.
The next day we decided to do things more on the whim, as my ...
... cause or outcry of injustice for the simple pleasure of mindless destruction. You cause more hardship than the general complaint and do nothing to promote social justice. It is destruction for the pleasure of the act, nothing more and it's sad. Sad to witness and such a waste of energy.
Face down a tank, unarmed and face unmasked like the brave protester in Tianamon Square and you have my support. The pissants I saw in Sau Paulo did not deserve ...
... I got pretty sauced. After food I walked
some more and by the time I decided to go back I was pretty drenched
from the rain.
The last interesting thing I did today was taking the Sao Paulo Metro
to get back to my friend’s place. It was quite familiar since it is
similar to the Taipei Metro yet strangely different since I have no idea
where I’m going. I knew my final destination but there are different
... in Portuguese and I was trying to keep up, I could understand that we were talking about the flight, how much time it took and all of those details. Andre & Cida gave their English a workout and I was so happy to hear them speaking with me. Education in Brasil includes learning English as a second language so almost everyone that I interacted with had had a some exposure to the English language. Be it through education, advertising, music or film. ...