Two days


It doesn’t feel like we’ve been in Sao Paulo for just two days.

They’ve flown by, but at the same time I already feel as though we’ve been here a while. Sao Paulo is an interesting city – the neighborhood we are staying in, near Paulista Avenue, one of the main streets in the city, is very vibrant.

I’ve been on past trips through the College of Journalism and Mass Communications at UNL to Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and India. Each country is vastly different, yet vastly the same.

Included in this post are a few feature photos from the treks up and down and up and down Paulista Avenue with our professor, Bruce Thorson, making sure that we have mobile phones that work locally. The process seems to be different in each country, and there’s always at least one complication.

At the end of the post, you’ll see three photos from the group’s dinner last night, where we invited all of our incredible contacts.

To our readers: we sincerely appreciate you following this blog and hope you like the content. Enjoy!

– AD






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