Real Castilha Hotel
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... of these off, hey clumsy people have to think about these things...). My main 2 observations, the avocados were the size of my head, not kidding and the bacon is erm... different? It comes in lumps and you have to cut off the rind and slice it. Tastes good though...
So hope my first post wasn’t too boring... I’m sure there are loads of things I’ve missed but anyways, I miss you all and wish you could be here ...
... so foreign to them. Portuguese is hard and I don't speak it well. But I will learn. Because, one thing I have learned from the streets, these people, the weather, the look, is that I will live here. I know it. I can pretend it is because of the growing economy, whatever. But it isn't. It's because I know what I like. And I like Brazil.
... and people would stop dead in the street and stare at me. In São Paulo people think I´m Brazilian and a few times in the train station people have come up and asked me for directions in Portuguese.
The accent in Bahia is also really different. Bahianos (someone from Bahia) speak much slower and relaxed. It almost sounds like they are always a bit sleepy. Paulistas (people from São Paulo) have a saying that by the time a Bahiano has finished explaining what they ...
Sãu Paulo is wirklich eine Riesenstadt mit ungefaehr 19 Millionen Einwohnern. Nach unserer Ankunft konnten wir dies vom Edificio Italiano, einen 160m hohen Gebaeude mit unseren eigenen Augen sehen. Die Stadt ist in allen Richtungen ausgebreitet. Ich fand, dass São Paulo nicht eine sehr schoene Stadt ist, es ist zu gross und hat nicht viele Parks im Zentrum. Aber trotzdem haben wir im Japanischen Quartier, Liberdade, immens viel und guter Sushi zum Nachtessen ...
... her in Sao Paulo for a few days, then head to the town I used to live in called Sertaozinho with Bruno, Natalia and Fulvia. That is about all we have planned for the next year or so. We are just going to let life happen to us down here and keep the future planning to a minimum. Tout va bien.
P.S. Eli is also doing a blog with all of our pictures from our trip. Go to www.travelpod.com/member/winderbaum