Mercure Sao Paulo Funchal
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... exhibits, but was very haphazard in its organisation. There was stuff about slavery, then capoeira, then lots of pictures of St George killing the dragon, which wasn't explained in a satisfactory way.
We had some very nice snacks in Sao Paulo, baked pastries with meat and vegetables in, and some very cheap and delicious kilo buffet meals (where you pay for your food by weight). We also had a burger at a 50s style diner called Ze do Burger one evening, ...
... to practice my Portuguese.
The strangest thing I saw in Brazil was...
monkeys running around on the electrical lines.
Things you may not know about Brazil:
1. A lot of the music comes from Africa.
2. The currency in Brazil is Reals and 2.23 Brazilian Reals equals one US dollar.
The people in Brazil are…
very kind. For example, two of our hosts gave Noa cakes for her birthday. Our hosts in Arembepe had ...
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.
... off at Tiago's and said bye to Paolo, which was sad. I am so grateful for everything she has done for us, but she has to go back to Curitiba tonight. We then headed home to Marcella's for a chilled night at hers. We blogged, she spontaneously made brigadeiro and we weren't that hungry (especially after the brigadeiro) so had a few slices of this huge DELICIOUS slab of meat her sister had cooked. Then it was off to bed. Sidenote : São Paolo has so much amazing graffiti ...
... is the #1 Search site in BR and the #1 trraffic site in 32 cities within Brazil The search is the same as YELP and Google Maps is powered by their brand, MapLink, in Brazil. There was some very interesting explanations about how data is collected on every individual and used through cell phones, web data and even car GPS tracking that is mandated in Brazil for insurance.
But, MO also talked about ...