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... think that this would create a messy web in the categories in my head, but Alex explained it so well that the organizational chart in my head remained intact.
Our next stop was the long awaited trip to the BCD Travel office. For those of you who don't know, this was our very first encounter with a physical BCD Travel office. We were like kids on a Christmas morning. We wanted to get pictures everywhere. Everyone at BCD received us ...
... and living around the world. So I met Brazilians in Italy while living in Florence (5 in my 8 person language class alone) as well as in my Spanish classes in Barcelona this summer.
Avenida Paulista now rivals Michigan Avenue in Chicago or Avenue of the Americas in New York City and the city of Sao Paulo has 3 or 4 more million people.
But some things remain wonderfully the same, the Brazilians musicality and ability to spontaneously spring ...
... Sao Paulo according to Brisa. The crowd is mostly early 20s, safe, happy bunch, less bling than a London Hip Hop night. Plus, it's only two quid for a beer. Pleasingly wallet friendly, so get extra ******.
Of course, the reason I had returned to Sao Paulo was because Aidan had got us tickets to Belgium v South Korea at Arena Corinthians. Apparently Corinthians were picked as the club lucky enough to have their stadium refurbished with all of that lovely FIFA ...
... pip is in front of me on the back of a motorbike and I was on the next 500cc speeding uphill and round tight bends at break neck speed. The driver found it funny how tight I was holding onto him, whilst I praying for my dear life and hoping the journey would soon be over and we would make it to the top alive (just long enough for me to kill pip for taking me up here in the first place!).
Luckily we made it alive and no one tried to rob us or shoot us ! ...
... centre and followed the route the lady suggested. Every street was crazily busy, especially with it being a Saturday. It was lovely friendly atmosphere with the sun shinning. We wondered along admiring the classic old colonial architecture heading towards a market we had been told to visit. This was also ridiculously busy! There were fruits, meats, cheeses, specialised foods and quick eats restaurants which all looked very fancy and tasty. It looked like there ...