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... he right. Because I was flying standby, I wasn't allowed to check-in until 1 hour before the flight which forced me to then run across the airport to catch my flight on time. After running in an airport with no airport I realized, wow I'm sweating haha. But thankfully I caught my flight and made it! Back to America I go! And I was about to say goodbye to an unforgettable and memorable trip. Thank you South America for everything you exposed me to and taught me!
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... which made me sneeze, a lot) but everytime I tried to remove her from my lap she just meowed at me, followed me and jumped back on. Not that this is particularly interesting to you but it made me happy :D. The hostel I moved to (where I am at the moment) is great, people just chat to you. I seem to meet most people at breakfast... not sure why?
On Sunday I met up with Henrique and his friends. He lives in a city 2hrs outside ...
Day 17: Sao Paulo
I visited Sao Paulo a few years ago, and had mixed views about the city. Today, I was out to explore the city properly, heading downtown with a lifelong Paulistano and Conveis regular Tarsila.
Sao Paulo is great! It's an enormous city, and so much to do - lots of historical sights, monuments, urban ...
... and their clothes. Infact it was set up like a small community, people were trading, washing, chatting, sleeping, almost like an open favela outside the cathedral.
We tried some sugar cane juice which sounds nice but was really not nice at all! The brazillians seem to love sugary food and drinks! We went to the monastry but couldnīt see the monks that still live there. It was ...
... the world, and attempts to ensure the competitiveness of Brazilian sugar proved ineffective, the first oil crisis in 1973 became a new and vital ingredient. It provided a unique alternative for Brazil’s sugar producers to regain competitiveness: the production of fuel alcohol, or ethanol.
In 1975, the Brazilian government launched its National Alcohol Program, known as ProŠlcool, which diversified the output of the sugar industry. Significant ...