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... So I bought four still waters (2 still and 2 sparkling) and four cans of the popular Brahm beer.
Day 10 – S„o Paulo Viracopos to Belo Horizonte: 23rd June, 2014
The wake-up call did the job and I was down for the taxi at 06H10. It appeared as though the taxi had some problem as the driver tried to start but it did not. I mentioned that my flight was at 06H52 and this ...
... I had a nightmare day with the Corinthians game, instead of seeing the game with French friends Louis and Julien I was directed to the wrong stadium and only caught the last 20 minutes, failed to find my friends and therefore missed out on the party afterwards. The game however was fantastic, true support from loud fans. I later returned to the stadium and was impressed by the high tech football museum. I ate Coxinhas in the street, Mortadellas in the municipal market, beirute ...
... the world, and attempts to ensure the competitiveness of Brazilian sugar proved ineffective, the first oil crisis in 1973 became a new and vital ingredient. It provided a unique alternative for Brazil’s sugar producers to regain competitiveness: the production of fuel alcohol, or ethanol.
In 1975, the Brazilian government launched its National Alcohol Program, known as ProŠlcool, which diversified the output of the sugar industry. Significant ...
... was time to move on to Villa Madalena, again an area that the LP recommended - the bohemian quarter of town filled with good markets and groovy cafes - we couldn't find any of it!
Our favorite area of Sao Paulo other than in our hostel watching Anthony Bourdain on pay TV or at the Starbucks around the corner (and that's pretty sad) was the Municipal Market. Right in the heart of a really dodgy area that looked like it was surrounded by crack houses, the markets ...
... 8217;t get any ideas Liz). Then we are flying down to Bariloche in the Lake District (the Argentinian one not the one just off the M6). From there we are crossing into Chile and getting a ferry for four days through the lakes. This also incorporates New Year. There is no bar but you can take alcohol on board – hence we opted for the larger cabin. So on New Years Eve we will be dancing the night away with Beryl, Freda, Winifred and Derek who will ...