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... to drink in the street. Very strange.
After having a couple of drinks, and my new favorite snack coxinha (which is a potato croquet filled with chicken), we headed out to find a slice of pizza. Sao Paulo is meant to have some of the best pizza in the world, and I wanted to test it out. Erio knew a place nearby so we went and grabbed a few pieces of pizza. It was good pizza, but it wasn’t mind blowing. Maybe I’ll need to try another ...
... name...). It was of course in Portuguese so at several points I found myself surrounded by people laughing, having no idea why as I had completely missed the joke (although my friends did kindly attempt to explain in hushed whispers!).
I also went to the Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo on Tuesday which was amazing as I got to see some incredible artists work – there was some Van Gogh, Matisse, Manet, Picasso, lots ...
... what Capoeira means to them. Although they were speaking portuguese, and I did not understand most of what they were saying, I thought it was so great to see how important this tradition was to this culture.
Overall, I really enjoyed my week in Brazil. It was a bit of a culture shock going from the U.S. to Dubai to Sao Paulo, but I really enjoyed finding similarities ...
... close together. There are some very pretty colonial buildings and thankfully the 'walkers' are all to the side of them rather than in front. The city has a lot of potential to show case itself if it dealt with its homeless issue. I do wonder if this city will do the same as China did for the Olympics, which was to ship out all the homeless into surrounding areas and give a better impression while the games are on. As callous as it sounds they have ...
... hang out and discuss music and the sublime with Lucan late nights. If you can wrangle cats, go on a tour of China Town with Ricardo and company. Eat at every food stall, even if you have no idea what you are ordering. Ricardo has no idea either.
Sao Paulo Free Walking Tours. A really well run and informative tour. It can be a bit on the long side though. The Paulista Avenue tour runs 3 hours, mas o menos, and the Old Downtown tour was 4 ...