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Dans le titre, tout est dit! :) A part le fait qu'on pourrait l'élargir au Quartier Asiatique de façon plus générale, mais clin d'oeil aux Japonais qui y établirent là leur communauté vers les années 1910. Le Brésil compte la plus grande communauté Japonaise au monde hors du pays.
Pour vous expliquer pourquoi en quelques mots, c'est tres simple: A cette epoque là, l'esclavage est devenu interdit depuis une cinquantaine d'années dans le monde (et oui ça fait pas ...
... of privilege.
The flight left on time and it was a comfortable trip home. I have to say, though, that much as I enjoy BA's club world, Iberia's business plus offering just had the edge.
We landed 10 minutes early and I thought it would be an easy stroll to get to the Heathrow Express, especially as we came into an A gate. I reckoned without the long queues for passport control, though, and had to sprint to get the train.
No delays, however, and I was home before ...
... cream cheese, chicken and small shrimp). I had a fish pastel with the Guaraná a typical Brazilian fizzy drink.
At the art gallery there was an amazing exhibition of materials used in building starting from a tree branch and moving through the evolution stages until we get to brick. My tour ended at the art gallery and now I had to get to my next destination – Viracopos.
Renatta was ...
... The 9 hour lay over is not ideal. There is only so much you can do to kill the time. A few walks up and down the gates stretched the legs, my first beer for the trip went down soothingly (so did the second), sleeping on the cold tiled floor did not last long as paranoia for missing the flight was too large. Somewhere in the airport I have misplaced my book so I will have to learn how Thomas' time in San Pedro finishes another day. Hopefully this trip will not get to such drastic ...
... hour out of the centre. Still, it was good to get some sense of it and the yakisoba was ace. There is a huge Japanese population in Sao Paulo, so this was kind of a legitimate thing for us to do! (Everyone still calls it Chinatown. I bet they love that!)
We also took the opportunity to pick up some sushi for the ride to Foz do Iguazu later that day. It was a bit warm by the time we came to eat it, after a ...