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... the metro over to Sao Joaquim station and I walked back to my hostel from there. The way I took back to the hostel was much more comfortable than the way I had gone before lunch.
I didn’t do too much in the afternoon. I walked up to Paulista Avenue which is the main avenue in the city with all the big banks and malls on it. There was some sort of protest going on and it included all of the police in ...
I arrived at around 8:40pm and was exhausted so I'll tell the rest of my story from yesterday. I really thought more people would be able to speak English (how American of me). However, I love it because that means I will have to learn.
A person at the airport proposed to me (picture attached). First, I was walking by a table that was advertising cars and one of the three young men saw my iPhone case and asked ...
... recommendation we continued walking north to Batman alley. The end of this journey starts getting a little sketchy, however we soon found it. The graffiti in the alley is simply awesome, I wish it was found in cities around the world. 3 main alleys spray painted with odd murals. We spent as much time as we could getting silly pictures of the area until it started to rain, so we cabbed home.
I heard that Paulistanos have excellent pizzas, as most of them are Italian immigrants. ...
... next to the fish counter was a fish bar serving sushi and oysters all washed down with either a glass of white or pint of stout ale. We thought of home and escaped the food chaos before we spent any more money. The Metro doors slammed behind me and we were separated. Hannah pointed towards the next stop and I mouthed 'Republica', neither of us agreeing on what to do in the split second we had to decide. I hopped off at the next stop (not Republica) and ...
... the sustainable energy mix since hydro-power tails off since the dry season marks the beginning of the sugar cane harvest.
Brazil has a huge natural resource but at the same time the consequence is that ethanol production reduces the supply of sugar and in turn drives up the cost of food. As discussed earlier, Brazil's rate of inflation is not completely controlled under their current monetary policies. The ethanol market is not limited to fuels and ...