Paulista Garden Hotel
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... food and entertainment, and they won’t argue with you. Give the poor some extra money and entertain the people with soccer and they won’t complain. So here’s my hope. Maybe this loss will keep Brazil focused. Was I expecting this much of a loss? No. But it’ll work. Maybe they will be angry enough to act and make a change in this country. If the Cup was all that was keeping this country standing together, just imagine what could happen ...
... an amazing view to have of the city below. It was made extra special by having a paraglider fly over us and Christ whilst waving for his photo opportunity!
The day ended with a wholesale volume purchase of flip-flops to take back home :) and our last yummy fruity Rio Caipirinhas !!
The adventure was over, the second to last flight was completed as we arrived in Sao Paulo, 60,000km after the start, back on 27th December!! ...
... children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren certainly have a lot to be proud of.
My host family handled my being here at a tough moment with incredible grace. The sadness of the situation aside, it was nice to again meet more of their relatives and long-time friends. I hope that I would have the kindness to except a stranger as much as they have.
In my last entry I promised to tell you more about the language, so I will ...
... entrance it also houses the Museu do Futebol or Football Museum. I got a nice panorama shot of the inside of the stadium, and you can just imagine what it must be like during a game with the Brazilians football culture.
From there we headed to a local restaurant for lunch, called A Mineira (http://www.grupoamineira.com.br/nossos -restaurantes/restaurante-a-mineira/). It was a buffet style restaurant with many different types of authentic Brazilian ...
... that his daughter was going off to a convention in Korea to hopefully find a spouse! He also told us he is part of a circle who take Iuawasqua twice a month to help him deal with his demons. On one night we witness some very odd goings on of his son who seemed to be in some kind of trace communicating with something invisible... It was eerie!