Hotel Transamerica Sao Paulo
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Arrived in São Paulo in afternoon, went for dinner in hotel at rooftop bar. Quit night but still no sleep.
... bar in Pinheiro. Since, it was a Saturday, I did not have to buy any food. It is tradition, in Sao Paulo, I guess. I was offered the traditional dish, the Feijoada (Feijoada is a stew of beans with beef and pork, which is a typical Portuguese dish.). I chatted to the locals and went back to my hotel before midnight as I had an early start the following day.
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... around the city admiring the buildings and made our way to the Japanese section of the city to check out a Japanese market. Fun fact about Sao Paulo is that they have the largest population of Japanese people outside of Japan! We had a nice Japanese lunch in that area as well.
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... well as our first taste of maté*, and some fecker nicked Tom's towell! Who steals a used backpacker's towel?! ... Perhaps it was Veronica.
So, to Sao Paulo!
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