Transamerica Classic Victoria
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... a different door. Iberia's A340 has a different layout in business from BA's. Instead of half the seats facing backwards they are staggered. More difficult for couples travelling together but better for people on their own. No need to climb over other people's legs to get to the aisle. I think I prefer it. The entertainment system is better, too, with a more interactive screen. They can also show you output from a camera in the nose of the plane, which is ...
From the tranquility of my last couple of stops, I leapt into the chaos of São Paulo. The southern hemisphere's largest city is like London on acid. Skyscrapers stretch up all around you and the air on the streets is thick. Swarms of power-dressed people who clearly have somewhere very important to be march on and off the metro with purpose. Nobody even batted an eye lid when I managed to get myself stuck in the train ...
... last week. She is a self professed bad driver. Oh dear. We almost scraped a pillar on the way out and on the first street she stalled. That was by no means the last time she stalled! Though we did survive the day without any scrapes or crashes, so it really was a success. We drove to Tiago's to pick up Paula who was coming bikini shopping with us. On the way Marcella said oops I forgot my glasses... Oh dear indeed! We went to a bikini (and sportswear) shop called ...
... of a challenge to get up and I barely made it down in time but fortunately the bus was on Brazil time (late) so I had time to at least duck into the hotel restauraunt and grab some coffe and quick croissant (2 actually, did I mention that the serving size on everything is small if its not all you can eat?)
Well no wonder it takes so long. This highway has speed humps on it every few miles!!! It looks like they ...
... motorcycles-I counted how many passed by our car as we sat in traffic and it was just a bit over 100 in five minutes.
On the city tour we first visited the famous Ibirapuera park. This park was designed by world renowned Brazilian architect, Oscar Niemeyer, who, very sadly, passed away the day we arrived to Sao Paulo. He was 104 years old! His edifices are staples of modern architecture.
Next up we drove through ...