After the sugar cane juice we made our way to the Sao Paulo stadium to watch the match between Sao Paulo and Avai who are towards the bottom of the table. After a largely uneventful first half, with the away team parking the bus and trying to get at Sao Paulo on the counter attack, Sao Paulo deservedly took the lead through a neat finish from Souza. They should really have gone on and got a second goal and certainly had chances but Alexander Pato was misfiring. Avai then stunned Sao Paulo with just minutes remaining with a great volley from André Lima to make the final score a pretty fair 1-1! The stadium was a large bowl style arena a bit like Wembley but there were far more families there than in British stadiums. It is far cheaper, at around £20, to go to the match so it is far more accessible. The atmosphere was also far more noisy than UK stadia. After the match, we drove to the airport, where we had a final bite to eat and a drink before a tearful farewell. However, it isn't a goodbye, it's definitely a see you soon. We have made many, many friends for life on this trip, met some amazing young people and had some incredible experiences! Obrigado!