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Today we had a lie in and then after getting ready and eating some eggs, journeyed towards the metro from villa madalena to Sao Bento. The trains are a lot wider here! When we arrived the streets were absolutely packed and there was a horrible smell in the air. Straight opposite the station were so many jewellery stores but luckily Marcella (who was at work) told us her favourite so we headed straight for that one. There was so much for so cheap! I picked up ...
... conditions and his thoughts. For instance, most Brazilians are now more likely to get a cell phone than to get a new landline because running new landlines into rural areas is far too costly. The 3G service is ok but 4G is still very weak and althought the gov't wants 4G up by next year, Mo is skeptical. He went on to tell us tha infrastructure is still more of an issue. Roads need a lot of work ...
... bread dough ball which can certainly add a couple pounds if you're not careful. I'm not careful. But then you also have lots of other cuisines, especially Italian and Japanese, owing to the cultural heritage of immigrants.
Bars - The night life can get rowdy. I recommend having a good agenda for the night, silly as it may seem. Know where you are and where you're going, and how.
Crime - Nothing has happened to me yet. If you stick to ...
... with some nice people in the hostel watching the El Classico match between Real Madrid and Barcelona. The next day we bumped into a couple from the UK which we had seen in Lencois, small world. We were told by some people to go down Avenida Paulista (more skyscrapers) then to Parque do Ipiraperera, a massive park which was so big it had two museums in the center of it. Now waiting for our overnight bus to Foz du Iguazu.
... fenced in and supplied with limited amounts of food, and forced to harvest resources, whether it be by mining, fishing, or other means. Every bit of food the villagers consume is counted somehow and the more "food points" someone accumalates the more times their name is put into the annual lotteries for entrance into the Hunger Games. The phrase, "may the odds be ever in your favour" is routinely used throughout the ...