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final full day in SaoPaulo! we are pretty excited about this fact. especially as we are heading to the beach side city of Fortaleza tomorrow!! jess and I headed to Ibirapuera park, about 1km from our hostel. such a beautiful park right in the middle of the city.aamazing how much fresher the air felt as soon as we entered the park. it also seemed as though everyone was there- it didn't look like many people ...
... 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 ...
... of Dave’s Insanity sauces.
On the island, the fish of the day was fish stew with tomatoes, peppers and coconut milk. At a beach-side cafe in Parati, it was lightly battered and freshly-fried thick steaks that were hot off the pan and accompanied by deep-fried, hot, salty yam chips. And in swanky Sao Paulo, we had cornmeal balls stuffed with crab followed by fish over a bed of banana risotto. And each place had ...
... and fencing, but this is just to protect their property in case any little hodlum wanted to try and rob them.
Sao Paulo seems to be quite a new city. It has hundreds of high rises, but they don't look ugly like the ones we have back home. They are pretty new and well maintained.
The rest of the afternoon has been spent, yet again, catching up with ...
... the rest of my time in Brazil. I can imagine that things were pretty great for Americans 3 years ago though when the exchange rate was more than double what it is today.
There was a light drizzle as I walked the 3 blocks to my hostel from the bus drop off spot. This cold, wet feeling followed me around my whole time this visit. I'll be honest that I didn't give Sao Paulo much of a chance on this first visit. After the hangover of Buenos ...