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... sandwich. Sorry if I mentioned that already.
It is also where I booed the Netherlands for what I thought was dirty play. Leaving at the end of the first half, I was sure they would win.
We dined at home and were joined at dinner by Farokh's nephew who is in Sao Paulo to study law.
He is a good middleman when needed to translate the Persian storied that Kamran and Farokh told us after dinner. They were from ...
... and ate the food inside the market, and I enjoyed every bite.
From here we left the market and entered the crowed streets that cars and pedestrians share. We passed 100's of stores that specialized in fabrics, party supplies, and children's toys. I felt like I was in a mix of NYC and Toronto since it was similar but different. After about a 20 minute walk through the financial district, similar to Wall St. ...
... nonchalantly sitting by himself drinking a coffee.
About my host Dad, he's an impressive man. Together with his wife, Tânia, Élcio runs a weekday lunch restaurant where I eat in between classes. It's a pay-by-the-pound buffet which features a different style of cuisine every day. All of the food there is quite good, but I'm particularly partial to the shrimp pie.
Tânia and Élcio have two daughters. Tamié lives in the apartment with her 8-year-old son, Mattheus. ...
... when I'm going to get to Rio and I still don't know after four weeks here. It's not an easy trip. It's five hours away by car. It's like asking a European why doesn't he travel to New York if he's visiting DC. The answer is well... you can, but things are generally really far.
At least in the U.S. or other places, there are decent transport links. In Brazil these links suck. You would think that two of the biggest cities would have a train link. As ...
... walked around the main area near our hostel which was full of fancy boutiques and shops. We stopped passed the havaianas flip flop store which was huge and had every kind of flip flop you can imagine, you could even create your own! We also went into a shop called Melissa which had a christmas tree made of lego outside it. The shop sells plastic shoes which sounds horrible but some of them actually looked really nice.