Transamerica Prime International Plaza
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... we had been invited to. It was Italian themed so we had to wear some sort of Italian colours.
When we arrived I instantly realized that I was under dressed for the occasion. It was a fancy event, and I was wearing maroon pants and a t shirt. Woops. We got treated to a lot of beer and an amazing pasta dinner while socializing with some of the people there.
We were treated to a crazy surprise when one of the guys there proposed to his girlfriend. Something that ...
... there!), and after the game we had some drinks with a guy we'd met in the boat to Manaus and a couple of other English guys - we ended up in Bar do China, which had no Chinese food and just had cheap beer and a crazy guy who was very passionate about his karaoke, so I don't think he was pleased when the northern boys took over the mic with their rendition of Wonderwall...needless to say, the Brazilian girls were loving it. We decided to treat ourselves to dinner at ...
... vegetation growing wherever where there was some earth exposed, the combination of these elements gave the city the look of an abandoned jurassic city. It all seemed very dark until the bus passed through some areas of the city with bars and take-away shops, which were teaming with light and life at 2 in the morning. That was when I remembered how these huge South American cities work: it usually seems you are in a really dodgey part of the city most of the time, when ...
... samba schools giving an hour-long performance in our midst. I don't think I'll ever forget the peculiar rhythm the leader blew on his whistle to direct the drum corp. After getting that tiny sample, I tried to imagine what full-blown carnival would feel like. Maybe it's a good thing I won't be here for it. It would have to be the world's greatest sensory overload.
I've promised my friends that everyone will get a shout out over the course of my ...
... entrance it also houses the Museu do Futebol or Football Museum. I got a nice panorama shot of the inside of the stadium, and you can just imagine what it must be like during a game with the Brazilians football culture.
From there we headed to a local restaurant for lunch, called A Mineira (http://www.grupoamineira.com.br/nossos -restaurantes/restaurante-a-mineira/). It was a buffet style restaurant with many different types of authentic Brazilian ...