The words bustling, buzzing and lively are often used to describe cities, but few capture such a description at the scale of São Paulo, Brazil. Today, an estimated 20 million people live in the greater metropolitan area, ranking it in the world’s top 10 biggest cities by population. Its landmass reaches so far that pilots say they can see it curve with the earth as they pass by above. But more than a fly-by city, there’s much to discover in Terra de Garoa (Land of Drizzle).