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... city of Dubai to the very old city of Sao Paulo made me overwhelmed with the disparities between the two. Homeless people, language barriers, and old buildings are some things that would not be seen in Dubai. One of the first things I noticed was the climate change. In Dubai it was hot and sunny. In Sao Paulo it is now their Fall season where it gets dark around 5 pm and it is ...
... if we needed help and with it we finally got to our hostel.
We were desperate to put our feet up but didn't have long before we had to meet up with Kelly's Brazilian friend, Marcel who had promised a night of samba! We found him in Santa Cecilia square with his girlfriend Isabel, and it didn't take long before the beer bottles started to fill our outdoor table. A couple of minutes before 8pm a group of locals suddenly ...
... sustainably, in Brazil and around the world, as suppliers of ethanol, sugar and bio-electricity.
Five centuries ago, sugar was worth almost as much as gold throughout Europe, because its production was limited to quantities that couldn't meet the demand. That made growing sugarcane a very profitable enterprise, which couldn’t be pursued in Europe primarily because of inadequate climate conditions. Thanks to their seafaring prowess, the Portuguese were ...
... her things and we said goodbye to each other. Later on I bumped into that Portuguese and German guy I met for breakfast and we all went out to get some pizza but we ended up going to Belem Metrô Station first because the Portuguese guy wanted to show us his skills on the piano there. That's right, they have a piano at the station. A piano for the public to play. Such a genius idea if you ask me. So the Portuguese guy showed ...
... is stunning. So much nicer than the illiterate scrawl all over London that infuriates me. The writing and drawings here are colourful, inspired, witty. Duda explains that here the art on the walls (although it is illegal) is referred to as 'graffiti' and the scrawl I am used to is called 'pixação'. The
'pixação' is not necessarily negative. It is sort of like tribal communications, like West Side Story. As I pondered this David was in the back of the ...
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