Tsue Bienal Flat
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... There was also an exhibition of paintings by the 1920s School of Paris. Not incredibly famous pieces, but a lovely collection all the same. A selection of paintings depicting Gods and Goddesses throughout the ages. Finally a collection of Julian Schnabel pieces which were very large and colourful, although not my cup of tea.
I then returned to the hostel to get the airport bus to the international airport for my flight to Lima. I had to leave on the 16.40 bus to get ...
... own – the place is huge and unfortunately, not very friendly to non-portuguese speakers. My tour finished around 13H15 and I managed to get on the 14H00 bus. I was allocated seat 46 – I only found out when the person I had sat in their seat turned up. In the end they did not mind, they went to seat 46.
The bus was airconditioned. The journey was uneventful. However, there was a demonstration ...
... a flour mix that seemed like breadcrumbs with bacon. Way too much food!! As the restaurant filled we realised our mistake. Most peopled ordered 1 main + salad and shared. We also thought that maybe meat in brazil must be served fairly rare, but when people behind us had some well cooked meat we realised that the man probably hadn't been asking us about rice, which had seemed odd at the time, as that was meant to be included... Came home to find the ...
... decides to explore the increased use of ethanol, Brazil is in the perfect position to step in and supply the demand.
The UNICA offices are in a very nice part of town right across the street from a very high-end mall called Iguatemi. We had a few minutes to take a walk through the mall and see all the high-end designer brands that we are used to seeing in the USA, albeit at a much higher price point. Brazilians love their American culture and brands, and it was ...
... two blocks and found some well lit shelter. And then we laughed pretty hard. It had been a bit of a comedy of errors. With the rain slacking a little, we decided to end our journey back to campus. We made it back, took one look at the other person and decided a movie was no longer the best plan for the evening. Instead we decided it was time for us each to return home to our own warm showers and warmer, dryer clothes. Enough adventure for one night :)