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... 160;about sewing in the Victorian era (Yep that was one of our school trips). We finished the day with a beer and stroll through the bohemian suburb of Villa Madalena which included our third cemetery of the day. The cool little bar we stopped in at had a wide selection of craft beers from around the world including one costing a cool $60 a bottle. Unsurprisingly we had the cheapest local beer they had. Mum & Dad bought Zoe an awesome onesie for ...
I am being trusted to hit the road all by myself today. Armed with my highly recommended 'offline maps2' app on my smart phone I feel invincible as I walk many kilometeres to see the sights I have on my to do list.
The morning starts off cool- 16C according to the time/ temperature notice
I see along the way. Before three hours have passed it is 25C. São Paulo is like that, apparently- four seasons in a day.
First stop is a ...
... everyday and Acai ice cream is our new addiction. The Brazilian food is steaks, rice and beans and delicious! Further they offer anything you want in this city famous for nightlife and good food!
Soon it will be carnaval so many preparations going on in the city. We visit the school of samba and got a sneak preview of the real thing, the drums are amazing and they can dance impressively !
After a few days we leave São Paulo to travel south, to Florianopolis and the ...
... build a new data center the size of 20 futbol stadiums. In their new strategies the are making the transition from focusing on products to focusing on the customers.
On a side note, the office building was very modern with stringent security, like you would see in a New York building. We gathered in a boardroom/conference room that looked a bit like something out of an ikea catalog. The one real negative part of the visit was the shortened time frame ...
... and Argentine sides of the falls. We also went white water rafting down the Iguazu river which was great fun. Spending an hour afterwards on the back of a broken down jeep in the middle of the forest whilst soaking wet and freezing cold wasn't quite as enjoyable.
Next its onto the Argentine capital Buenos Aires, one of South America' s biggest traveller hotspots. I'm excited to be heading to a Spanish speaking country more than anything else!
Until next time,