Mercure Apartments Jundiai
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... the World Cup. This dense concrete jungle is a bit like Croydon on crack. Most if it's architecture grew up in the sixties. Every other building been designed by Oscar Niemeyer, the famous Brazilian architect who worked every day until he died at the age of 105. A fate we may all have to resign ourselves to. Live fast - die young, kids.
I don't know how many of you collected Panini stickers for the World Cup when you were kids but I had my Italia 90 ...
... jogging, skateboarding and walking their dogs in this area. Then we took the metro to the city centre to check out some buildings and went through the markets..you can find just about anything on these types of markets! Most of it dodgy;) São Paulo is a huge city and there are people everywhere! You see the police wherever you go and mainly around the markets and the city centre. We went to a church in city centre ...
... a mistake avoided by my much brainier pair of travelfellows, Alistair and Jane) but not to worry. After all I have pretty thick hair and being from Tasmania I would survive a light drizzle. We got a little bit lost on our way to the metro station. It took us a few minutes to work out where we were headed but by this stage the light drizzle turned into rain. Did I mention I was wearing a t-shirt, shorts and thongs?? I slipped (quite literally.... My thongs suck) into the metro ...
... of higher, lower or samesies.
After a few quiet days we headed to Sao Paulo in search of a bit of life. We were told Sao Paulo was a crazy industrial city which we should only spend 2 days in maximum. As the largest city in Brazil this was somewhat true and from walking around the city for the day you can see that there is quiet a big homeless problem which seems to be hand in hand with the city's drug problem. The night we spent in the city we could ...
... for yes please. So when you have it on green you get a dozen or so waiters pop by to see if you would like a taste of that cut of meat...and its all just so good its hard to stop! We all waddled out of the restaurant and i didn't need to eat again for 24 hours! Embu was a very pretty town, and I'm pleased that i was able to buy some nice little bits to bring home. It was a good contrast again to the crazy city! And the weather was lovely, to it was very relaxing to take a ...