Don't google it or anything, but I'm pretty sure this was the first McDonalds in Sao Paulo which I think opened in the mid 1980s. I remember the excitement of eating at a real American restaurant, we wanted to go so bad. So my parents took us to McDonalds for the first time to celebrate my sister's Birthday.
By the way I'm the one with the short dark hair.
I look like a boy.
I would rather die a million deaths than have that haircut ever again.
Camila was way too smart to allow my mom to cut her hair in ridiculous ways. She taught me how to dip my McDonalds french fried in ketchup. Then when we moved to the US she taught me how to dip Chips Ahoy into a glass of milk. Chips Ahoy remains her favorite cookie of all times. Whenever I go to Brazil I bring her a pack and then I make her eat fresh baked cookies because homemade cookies are superior, but Camila will argue to her grave that Chips Ahoy far exceed superior.
Camila has good taste, don't get me wrong. She knows the best restaurants to eat in Sao Paulo. If you're ever in the area give her a call she'll take you to the best sushi of your life and definitely the best Italian as well.
I wish I was in Sao Paulo today. One, because it's summer there. Two, because it's my sister's big 30(!!!)th birthday and I know we would celebrate,
probably not at McDonalds. I'm guessing we'd go for sushi. Yeah, sushi for sure.
Te amo Ca.