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... of the English. The fracus went on for some time since there was zero police presence inside the stand, only middle aged women stewards. Given FIFA had forced Brazil to overturn their ban of alcohol sales in the stadium it felt like a farce to not then help protect the fans. Especially since there was fully armoured regiment of military police protecting the empty roads outside... To make matters ...
... that my posts will continue to be more pictures than text but who knows. I'm off to Brasilia tomorrow, then a long cab ride to Abadiania to get myself healed by John of God. The next few days will be a vision of contrasts! I'll be leaving the 7th largest city in the world (11.5 million) to visit Abadiania (7,000 people) where there are still oxcarts seen on some dirt roads!
... way around. Even within Brazil it can be challenging due to cultural differences, ways of speaking etc. In the North of Brazil people tend to be very receptive, in the São Paulo area they are more reserved and in the South very leaned back. Fernando also pointed out, that particularly when travelling to Brazil for the first time it is important to have a local contact person, whom you could approach for questions, e.g. what areas to go to/where better not, how to hail cabs ...
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Whatever it is they have planned it will likely happen in the form of smartphones. Moacir told us that projected growth in mobile data is greater than projected growth in fixed internet lines in Brazil. He seems to think that the majority of the common Brazilian people will access the internet through their mobile device versus that of fixed line services. He said that in 2013 only 25% of the ...
... Ricardo, the largest 3 building in Brazil are in Sao Paulo- the largest being 42 storeys (170m) high. Inside the first 2 floors of the building were a nice restaurant and a couple of art galleries, which were very abstract. We then caught a metro to Liberdade – the Japanese neighborhood of Sao Paulo. Again, Sao Paulo is home to more Japanese people than any other country, besides Japan. When we got off the metro we were hit with ‘oriental scene’ and the ...
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