Transamerica Prime - The World
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... Avenue and the park.
The park was inaugurated in 1954 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of São Paulo. The man made park is filled with nature, venues for concerts, galleries, museums, a Japanese pavilion, bball courts, bike tracks, walking tracks, roller bladers and outdoor gyms. HUGE!
Wednesday we set out to the São Paulo soccer stadium to check out the soccer museum. It was awesome (even for me who knew ...
... in green. We stopped for lunch at a per kilo roadside gas station restaurant. It is still strange to see open fire burning inside a building. They also had mini "shots" of honey and dulce du leche. Man do South American people like their dulce du leche. Half an hour later we crested over a hill and got our first view of the Costa Verde. It's beautiful and lush with white sand beaches and small islands set inside small bays. ...
... Ryan decides that McDonald's tastes different in Brazil. The pairs eyes are opened to a new world when they walk into a supermarket to find that it sells everything from fridges to outdoor furniture and of course all your grocery needs. Ryan is more than pleased when he converts beer prices back to Australian dollars. The pair decide that they should cook dinner tonight. They walk up and down the aisles trying to find gravy mix to ...
... space. That night I was supposed to meet Pam at a disco to see what Sao Paolo's nightlife is like. I waited for her to come pick me up but she never did. So I wasn't able to see that side of Sao Paolo. The following day was my last in Sao Paolo. In the morning I watched some more Olympics. Romulo's girlfriend Lou came over with a friend of hers and we all went to Chinatown. Sao Paolo has a lot of Japanese and some Chinese and they all live and work in this area. We ate at a por ...
... made our way to the subway. Got tickets by pointing to the then, as the subway system was easy to navigate, we made it to the bus terminal and luckily for us had someone who could speak English bought our tickets for Sunday's travel to Rio. On before going back, tried to ask for a supermarket but no ingles so came straight home, looking out for menacing pick picketers. Don't see any at all. Must have been aware of our super alertness! Got home and asked ...