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... as we walked through the streets, gradually making our way back to a subway station.
The following day the museum were meant to be open again. So we went off to check the ones we like the look of. The one we went to check out was the Mask museum. This huges place is suspended in mid-air on huge red supports. Upon arrival though it turned out to be closed, because the Carnival here was still on. This was a bit dissappointing and ...
... Vocês dois parem de cair, hein? Meu asilo para velhinhos ainda não está aberto.
Tomamos um café da manha gostoso na casa do Papai e da Mamãe. Colocamos as conversas quase em dia. Rimos das historias. Foi bem gostoso. Depois perto do meio dia fomos para a casa da Mama e do Pade para almoçarmos todos juntos!
Chegamos lá e ganhamos abraços bem gostosos das crianças que estão lindas! Abraços das cunhadas que estavam super bonitas. Abraços ...
... 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 ...
We didn't really do too much in the few days we spent in Sao Paulo, here are the highlights:
D-Edge: a crazy nightclub which resembles something out of the movie Tron, definitely worth a visit. It's worth checking out the website beforehand as each night is a different genre. Doors opened at 12 when we went (Monday night)
Eat pastels at Hocca bar in Mercado Municipal. Pastels are like pastry ...
... to write on here - little musings about life in South America but I'm sure most of them have escaped me right now! I will be sure to make some notes from now on, to refer to!
So - tomorrow begins the epic journey into the Southern Pantanal - a marsh wetland with the second best wildlife opportunities outside of Africa (Don't be jealous mum!) - Will surely have lots to say in a few days time when I'm back from sleeping in a hammock and piranha fishing!