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... the amount of #JogaPraEle hashtags on twitter, and so many other things, I’m actually optimistic. But we’ll see… Also, a couple closing notes of World Cup stuff. I’m sorry to see Costa Rica go. Most of Brazil was cheering for the Netherlands because Netherlands has a better chance of taking out Argentina for us, but I liked my underdogs. It was a close game. See you in four years Costa Rica, you can go home proud. I don’t like Germany but ...
Instantly Sao Paulo seemed a far cry from the tropical atmosphere of Rio. The weather was grey and temperature in the low to mid teens. I could comfortably wear my hoodie. A greater diversity of people also seemed to be present on the train. Whereas people on the Rio Metro appeared either to be Brazilian or a tourist, there were now South-East Asians present, not tourists but Paulistas (inhabitants of Sao Paulo).
After half an hour or so I arrived ...
... been left standing there for god knows how long. Big props to Mr Taxi Driver.
So the above is Sao Paulo for me so far, it’s dark and gloomy outside so really haven’t seen much. Tomorrow I’m going to sort out some essentials like sim card and money and also see some of the city. Wish it will be good weather. If anyone’s doing rain dances right now, STOP IT!
Until next time
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... they finally vacated the building, the elevator shafts were full of rubbish and even dead bodies.
We stopped for lunch at a couple of cafes and ordered some sandwiches and drinks. I learned from The Simpsons that Brazil is renowned for its sweet drinks / juices and it did not disappoint. We both ordered an acai drink– and since then it has become a small obsession. From memory, Australia was introduced to acai berries via Oprah a few years ago, when someone was ...
... a brownie, I just want to shout out “I can eat that, give me that!” But no, no matter what we choose from that long list, we are punished with an uber-healthy meal that serves numerous dietary restrictions.
When we arrived in Brazil, we worryingly thought that our fates might be sealed as on the plane. There was only one choice on the menu for us. After beef, chicken, and numerous meat options, scrawled at the ...