Hotel Novotel Sao Paulo Jaragua Convention
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... very interactive, so I took the opportunity to measure my shot and scoring a goal. Thirty-seven kilometres per hour – well, I wore sandals... Anyway, professional soccer player kick it three times faster. I would never ever want to be a keeper!
One part of the museum had enormous screens showing some fan reactions during the game. I have never been to a soccer match before, but watching these people cheering, jumping, chanting and going crazy as soon ...
... wonder that the mall was mostly empty. Only a limited number of Brazilians could reasonably afford to shop there. Even a button down shirt was over $100. In the middle of the mall they had some trees, just like an American mall but they also had planted grass all around. It was unusual but after the trip is over, I now don't find it as surprising as I did at the time.
So we were off to the supermarket just across the street before we wuold ...
... with their dogs, all inside
this flash as mall. It was kind of weird but I guess it is a sign that
Brazil is still in a developmental phase in terms of urbanization. This
is also reflected generally by the behaviors of the people I observied
and also the way they dress. It is ***********cretely describe, more of a
vibe you get. This impression is not helped by my friend and her sister
who constantly remind me that ...
... to a recommended hotel nearby. It was 8pm, and it was a bit surreal to think we had just made a 4 hour ride into Sao Paulo from the country, only to leave the bike shop another 5 hours later, with a completely repaired and tuned up motorcycle that was ready to go again. Dinner was around the corner, and here we found our first dark beer, as well as another viewing of “Avenida Brasil!”, the popular soap ...
... in Ecuador or the one that said don’t email the Aussie girls after we’d met for one night.
The other thing is that in many ways travelling can be quite brutal (just ask those who’ve ever flown with Iberia long-haul). It forces you to trust strangers and to lose sight of all that is familiar and the comfort of home and friends. You are constantly off balance. Nothing is yours except the essential things. Travelling takes you away from ...
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