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... winning 5 World Cups will do for you I suppose! Being the financial hub of Brazil, São Paulo is a very modern city but the tall skyscrapers that dominate the skyline are in my opinion, no match for the beauty and spirit of Rio. Not that the money hungry workhorse population seem to care very much. Unfortunately, in contrast to Manaus which was literally living for the World Cup, the vastness of São Paulo seems to have swallowed some of the fever of ...
... Manaus. We went to a street party in Vila Madalena and befriended some local 18 years and told them about the magic of Gascoigne. They wasn't too impressed. I headed back to the hostel ready for match day.
I woke up slightly hungover but luckily one of the guys called Rob in the hostel made everyone some good scrambled eggs for breakfast and there was a healthy selection of cake to choose from. With breakfast done and kick off fast approaching there was only ...
... than we thought (half hour) and even when he ended up paying the cab driver 100 Real (a 20 Real tip) he told us that if we gave him 50 Real from the both of us that would be more than enough. I offered to give him more but he said that he was ok and didn't want anymore. It was such a nice way to end our time in Brazil. I know that Canadians pride themselves with being friendly but I honestly wonder how many Canadians would do something like this ...
... boss. We also took a walk across the street to walk thru a supermarket which was interesting. A lot of similar foods to the US, with a similar floor plan layout.
Next stop was lunch at Congonhas Prime restaurant which was another Brazilian chascoria (spelling). Not as fancy as the nite before, but very decent for a lunch.
After an hour drive and a power nap, we arrived at our next destination, Natura, located at Rodovia Anhanguera, Km ...
... receives undeserved stick. Yes, you need to put in the effort, but it's not the tedious place that I'd come to believe.
My affair with Sao Paulo started out on the wrong foot. I met up with a group of American travellers I was with in Rio, and we created possibly the worst attempt at pasta in the history of mankind. That evening, the hostel owner skipped the planned entertainment of a bar crawl and led us to the Sao Paulo Couch-Surfing community monthly meeting. ...