Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
Only here for 1 night for a connection onto Iguazu falls This is Brazil's largest city. We had a morning stroll to Ibirapuera park which is in the city centre and watched a bit of the marathon that was taking place. We have loved Brazil and now very excited to see Argentina! Next stop ...
... became main suppliers for Southern Brazil, bringing about a decline for the sector in the Northeast. To get around the crisis caused by the growing number of sugar production and refining facilities, the Sugar and Alcohol Institute, known as the IAA, was created in 1933 by the federal government. Its main objective was to control production and keep prices steady, which meant that each mill could only produce within a pre-established quota. As sugar production began to ...
... in cash. That helped me get to Paulo's place : I took a shuttle from the international airport to aeroporto de Congonhas, which is downtown Sao Paulo (true !) and then a cab to Paulo's place.
From that moment onwards, everything went way better.
Paulo's place is a "condominio" (co-ownership) made of two huge buildings (28 floors) having four apartments per floor on average. There's a huge garage, tennis ...
... at University of São Paulo. I have never seen such a big university in my life! The faculty of social sciences doesn't focus on one particular subject but offers political science, sociology and anthropology to undergraduates. I attended a class in Portuguese and Ana and Allan, sorry for not introducing their names before, were kind enough to translate the lecturer's lecture.
That was before leaving. Kind of promise I did to myself and to someone else.
But written words are far enough from actions.
Why should we change sometimes?
We struggle all the time to live comfortably well. Have a nice house; plan time, grocery, work, and travels.
Then we miss the sake of ...