Mercure Apartments Jundiai
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... ce grand melange humain, qu'ils appellent "sauce" ici. Portugais, italiens, allemands, libanais, japonais, africains forment ce que l'on appel "Brasil", une vrai richesse.
Nous sommes arrivés sur place assez tot le matin, la vegetation luxuriante a coté de la ferme etait inondé des rayons du soleil que l'on pouvait voir grace à la brume matinale encore presente! (oui je suis aussi poète lol) Il n'y avait pas un poil de vent. C'etait ...
... the Brazilian version of Shoreditch... it used to be a bit down at heal so rents were cheaper and the artists moved in, making the place appear fashionable, and attracting the associated nightlife. Despite the residential nature of the area, the Brazilians don't give much of a toss about licensing laws and when we arrive the streets are somewhat akin to Finsbury Park after Arsenal won the FA cup final. A swamp of drunken Brazilians blocking the road so cars turn ...
We made it to Sao Paulo. Driver picked us up and we took a bus tour into town to see some sights. Unfortunately it started to rain. We got out at McDonald's and everyone got waterproof ponchos. We went to see the church just in time for 11a mass. See the pictures. Most of the tour was cut short because the rain. We walked thru the square that marks the city center where all distances in the city are measured from. Again cut short due to rain, we drove over to the futbol ...
... when I'm going to get to Rio and I still don't know after four weeks here. It's not an easy trip. It's five hours away by car. It's like asking a European why doesn't he travel to New York if he's visiting DC. The answer is well... you can, but things are generally really far.
At least in the U.S. or other places, there are decent transport links. In Brazil these links suck. You would think that two of the biggest cities would have a train link. As ...
... style at all!) and an evening meal of pizza. Apparently Sao Paulo is famous for its pizzas and rivals even Italy it didn't disappoint, washed down with a few more beers. The day did involve us getting lost on a few occasions the streets change name half way through and who names corners?!? On our quest following the 'lonely liar’ to find our selected pizza restaurant we went completely wrong and ended up having ...