Transamerica Prime International Plaza
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... Latin America meal times.
The next day we went to the beach with Joao, Antonio and all of Antonio's family, including his brother and sister in law, their kids and his aunt and uncle. It was a great big family gathering on the beach and we couldn't help but feel out of place, especially because it was so difficult to communicate with everyone in our 'traveller' Spanish and their 'school book' English. Nonetheless, they made us ...
... also lots of Chinese and Korean people. We ate lunch in a little hidden garden where they were selling Japanese street food and then found all sorts of weird and wonderful things in the Asian supermarkets... Afterwards we headed to Parque Ibirapuera which is a HUGE and very pretty park (the biggest in the city I think...) You can rent bikes there, much like you can in Hyde Park in London and cycle round the paths. There were ...
... of my day was when we watched over 100 people doing Capoeira, which is a Brazilian martial art that combines dance, acrobatics, and music. It was so amazing to watch such a large group of people doing it. If Ana and I were in our workout clothes we would have joined!! My favorite part of watching this was at the very end when they got in a large circle and held hands and went around one by ...
... guns etc every hundred metres or so. With no idea what was going on and walkers seeping into the streets, we scuttled to our hotel room to look on the net at what was going on. Alas this must be normal as nothing was mentioned in the news which is even more concerning, but don't worry our hotel protected us with a nice metal shutter over our window... The following day we decided to do a very quick tour of the attractions, which thankfully ...
... to allow natural light in. This was a common theme throughout the plant, using the natural light to reduce electrical use.
It was a good day and this afternoon's visit definitely outshined the morning visit but I was tired and looked forward to getting back to the hotel just to relax for a bit before dinner.
A group of us gathered and decided we would wander out to find a restauraunt recommended by Fernando called SPOT. We decided ...