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Et voila les aventures qui reprennent! Et pour le coup dans un des pays qui me tiens le plus à coeur depuis qq années, là ou je n'avais pas osé m'aventurer il y a 3 ans par manque de confiance, j'ai enfin mis les pieds au Bresil!!
Finalement ça se fait tout seul, une petite escale à Madrid et hop, on se retouve au milieu de la jungle urbaine de Sao Paulo, ville de ..... 12 millions d'habitants! Alors oui c'est ...
... ice-cream shop called Bacio di Latte and discovered it was only about 8 blocks from the hostel so that was my first stop. It did not disappoint. I had lemon sorbet, Belgian chocolate and Doce do leche flavours, they were delicious! Next I walked up to a city park and made my way to the MASP (Museum of Art São Paulo). Luckily for me there was a photography exhibition on based on the changing face of cities throughout the years, it was very interesting and some of the ...
... memory card in case camera is stolen) and cash stashed in several locations. They search for familiar faces in the crowd. They spot a couple they meet last night. The duo struggle to remember their names. Ryan refers to them as the team. After a quick briefing and some stupid questions from fellow group members, the 150 fanatics walk to the train station. On the way Cirsty strikes up a conversation with some new group members. Ryan walks to the ...
... but went in any way. We ordered, were asked a few questions that we didn't understand, then a delicious mix of onions and parsley along with bread came out. For our beer they gave us some metal jugs (maybe aluminum?) which were brilliant at keeping the beer super cold. Quickly our mains came out which was heaps of food! We'd accidentally ordered Pete very raw beef - almost blue! I'd ordered pork and that was good. Massive servings. Plus 3 sides arrived - chips, ...
... Small town boy now in big concrete jungle!
Anyway, the airport was a lot more interesting than in Chile. This was the first time ever that the plane did not connect directly to the gate. When we pulled up in just an empty space it was a bit strange, like a quarantine or something. But then a line of buses turned up and took us to the actual terminal. Certainly an interesting experience.
The customs ...