NEWCiti Sao Paulo - InterCity
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... sandwiches which is effectively half a pig made into ham then put in a sandwich with melted cheese and a few bits and pieces. It was awesome and everyone was effectively stuffed afterwards. Mum looked aghast at the amount of meat in the sandwiches as she had her tiny cheese and tomato one. We were all exhausted and still full from the sandwiches for lunch so we stayed in and had beers, sorbet and chocolate mouse for dinner. ...
... because I thought the languages would sound more similar because the words look similar.
2. I was also surprised when I often saw stingray guts floating in the ocean and sitting on the beach as leftovers from the fishermen’s catch of the day.
I loved it when...we swam in the pool and ocean.
Things you may not know about Brazil are:
1. Capoeira is the national sport.
2. Many business and schools ...
So where was I up to (insert question mark)
Another country, another computer and a keyboard that doesn't want to play ball with the punctuation, that's where!
Catchup again- lots of travel on Friday the 13th. I'm glad I wasn't aware that was the date as we were flying high over the Andes in a chocablock full A320.
Our last flight had us arrive in Sao Paulo, Brazil at last. The city looked very extensive, spread out in golden lights for many miles ...
... loves being Brazilian as shes gets to eat these all the time, and i can see why! No wonder why they were all going on about them so much. We also tried a standard caipirinha, which really are good there, but also had a try of a tangerine and pepper one, and one with the fruit from the cashew nut tree, which I think tasted a little weird. All these fruit ones are always better with vodka though so I never feel like you can call them caipirinhas, they are just fruit ...
IT'S MY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!
And I spent 6 hrs on a bus!!!
Not the best way to spend my birthday! But we arrived in Sao Paulo, the biggest city in South America with a population of 20 million people!!
We went out for drinks - more caipirinhas!! and to a traditional rodizio restaurant - like Bem or Viva Brazil at home, but a third of the cost! It was lovely food! Then bought ...