Maraba Hotel Sao Paulo
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... fillings in them and most people seem to have one of each, a main and a pudding I suppose. We both opted for the pizza flavour (since it was the only one we could read). We ate these on a table on the pavement. This seems to be the way cafes and food stalls work in Brazil. Small shops means that most of the tables are just placed on the street, a bit weird at first but great for people watching!
Back at the hostel, the bar tender told us about a food festival ...
... at first but after sleeping at Lisbon the night before i figured wasn't worth it. I tried to book on line but they wouldn't let me book for that evening anymore so i figured id sort it out when i arrived.
The passport control line was long, as always it seemed that our line was going the slowest but eventually got out & of course with my dirty mo i got stopped again to have my bags checked by customs. I must have that look.
... had a fabulous dinner and karaoke night with Mirić and Fernando in the Japanese district Liberdade (Sao Paolo has the largest Japanese community in the world outside of Japan) where they really take the karaoke concept to town – a massive stage, dancing, even a whooping crowd, it feels a little like performing at a gig!
Mirić also took us into the town centre to see the Christmas decorations ...
... into their manufacturing line as we observed people sometimes not very active for long periods of time on the factory floor and/or doing jobs that could be done by machines (such as packing boxes or sealing and moving those boxes). This was the first time that I had ever seen an actual manufacturing plant but being in an emerging market country, I was impressed by how well the employees were treated. It could be argued that at this company at least, ...
... though traditionally the parcel should be filled with dried cod. It's wrapped in some kind of pastry and fried. Very yummy and big! After the food market we had a look around some of the shopping streets nearby aware that it was threatening to rain. We took the bus back to Eduardo's apartment. Whilst waiting at the bus stop we had some fresh juice for 1 real. Very refreshing. Then the rain came. It's a very tropical rain and reminded me of the downpour in ...