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On our way to Parati we had to stop at Sao Paulo as there was no direct bus from Curitiba. We stayed at a CouchSurfing friend. He is 48, lives with his old mother. They were so kind to us that we felt as at home. John spent with us all the time: the first evening he showed us Sao Paulo at night until 1:30 am, and the next day we went together to the parks, museums and the downtown. Thanks to him we really enjoyed this short trip to Sao ...
... it makes the customers happy to see, right?
Lunch today is at Tree Groument. I assume we keep eating at all u can eat buffets because it is quicker and allows the most choice for everyone to experience the local cuisine but I am able to eat less and less. There is no doubt that I hae experienced the local cuisine as much as possible! Lunch was again very good. I have been eating Dolce Du Leite ...
... ve never seen anything like it. There were small shops lining both sides of every street, and bizarrely, each shop sold only one product. We saw wool shops, fabric shops, embroidery accessory shops, gift bag shops, gift box shops, wrapping paper shops, pinata shops. To us, it seemed really old-fashioned, as we're so used to huge multi-purpose shops.
Another thing we've noticed here is that there are a lot of employees. And I mean a LOT. We've seen small supermarkets with ...
... that my body would be unable to digest everything when I went to bed.
4. Caipirinha. This is Brazil's national drink, and made from cachaca ( a sugar-cane derived alcohol..kind of like rum), lime, and sugar. Given the abundance of fruit in Brazil, the lime can be substited for a plethora of options - including pineapple, passion fruit, kiwi fruit, mango, etc. Sep, our expert drinkologist, was making them ...
... well - it did say that on the placard - and it wasnt like i was going to lose much if i wasnt able to convince them - but i tried and then i let it go. I actually did get back to Rio and look it up on google as well and was so happy to see that i wasnt speaking nonsense. The guys had never had custard apple either - so they all tried it and loved it. We then went to the place above - to try out mortadela. Joe was talking to a couple of people on the table right next to us ...
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