Until sometime early this morning, I had never been south of the equator. We landed in Sao Paulo around 7:45, and shortly after our landing gear made contact with the ground below, the humidity fogged the plane’s windows. Sao Paulo is a city of 11 million, but within a couple of hours we had seen sugar cane, cows, horses, coffee, peanuts, corn and orange orchards.
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Inside a Brazilian Sugar Cane Farm and Mill