Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo, Brazil

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CRUISE TO URUGUAY, Santos, Brazil travel blog

CRUISE TO URUGUAY

A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather

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So we arrived in Piracicaba and Edson was very excited Ì found a cruise on Groupon, lets go!´ Half an hour later he looked up from his computer and said Ì booked it´. So cruise number 2, Royal Caribbean,  The Vision of the Seas, stops Santos - ...

Sao Paulo - 2 nights was more than enough., Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Sao Paulo - 2 nights was more than enough.

A travel blog entry by jam10

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... ;A lot of time to kill to wait but we managed it, guess we better get used to waiting around for buses!  Arrived safely in Sao Paulo about half 7 and it was dark but we managed to find our way to the hostel.  With John being a metro enthusiast ...

Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by bernadine

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... ;Monday.  The day upon which nothing is open (no museums or the like anyhow).  Considering Sao Paulo is considered the cultural city to visit in Brazil, hence my trip, this did not bode well. I spent the day wandering around the Centro ...

At Efren's, São Paulo, Brazil travel blog

At Efren's

A travel blog entry by witek

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... . By the time I got to the ticket counter, I was already sketching out in my mind the massive vuelta, which will take me to Brazil's north east, into the Amazon, then Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, and only then Argentina. We'll see what actually ...

3rd n 4th day Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

3rd n 4th day Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by joerngropp

So i finished mz stay with the CERVEJADA - a beer party organized by one of the good unis here - free beer all night - cazy - life bands and stuff - pretty good night - if i hadnt poisened myself later at some fast food place. God really sick but feel ...

Host Family, São José Do Rio Prêto, Brazil travel blog

Host Family

A travel blog entry by vitorgarcia

Finalmente descobri o nome e o endereço da minha host family :) Minha host mom chama Virginia e meu host father Ken Bryan! HAUSUHSAUHASHUASHUHUASUHAS Ainda não recebi as fotos e o perfil da familia. Estou na espera. ...

Sao Paulo or 'Sampa', Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Sao Paulo or 'Sampa'

A travel blog entry by roopa_anish

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... in every direction the eye can go! There are over 150 theatres and over 250 cinemas in the city and it is known as Brazil’s New York- it even has its own Empire State building the Edificio Martinelli.   We stayed in Villa Madalena, which is ...

HIGH RAISED CITY, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

HIGH RAISED CITY

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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... ;It was similar to the centre of London with people rolled into cardboard and shopping trolleys beside them.  They were everywhere not just on the outskirts of the City.   So please do not base your travels to Sao Paulo on our experience.   ...

The trip is winding down, Morro do Sao Paulo/ Salvador, Brazil travel blog

The trip is winding down

A travel blog entry by jronco

I just spent the last few days relaxing in Morro do Sao Paulo. Nice breakfast at the pousada (actually, the best breakfast I've had in all of Brazil), wandering around the little town and doing some shopping, spending the afternoons at the beach, and ...

Bye bye Santos, Santos, Brazil travel blog

Bye bye Santos

A travel blog entry by chris-roisin

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... past six months (returning to the UK over Christmas and New Year.) Stephen is originally from Hereford but has lived in Brazil, 1 ½ hours from Sao Paulo, for the past 30 years with his Brazilian wife, Amelia. The cruise has begun. Next stop Rio de ...

2nd day Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

2nd day Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by joerngropp

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... exfreundin getroffen - der weg zu ihrem hotel - naja ich wollte kein taxi nehmen und enyschied mich zu laufen - natuerlich alleine - hahaa sao paulo hat 20 mio Einwohner - schon an der 2ten kreuzung war ich relativ verloren - dann hab ich einfach nen ...

São Paulo International, São Paulo, Brazil travel blog

São Paulo International

A travel blog entry by afcsa2007

Transit from Rio to ...

Wrapping up the Middle East!, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Wrapping up the Middle East!

A travel blog entry by sargamyagnik

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... were not complimentary like one might assume. Since we didn't say no to them, they assumed that we wanted them too. I had been in Brazil all of 3 hours and a bulk of the money I had was spent.  The night wasn't all bad because we finally got a full ...

Lokalpatriotismus und Emotion- da bin ich gut drin, São Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Lokalpatriotismus und Emotion- da bin ich gut drin

A travel blog entry by lybie

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... . Jetzt fühle ich mich wie hergebeamt. Erstmal ein Cafézinho und Pao de Queso. Das hilft etwas. Jetzt lieg ich im Herzen von Sao Paulo bei Luisa im Bett. Von draußen schwappt Straßenlärm incl. Hupen und Sirenen herein, als würde jemand ein ...

Kaieteur Falls, Kaieteur National Park, Guyana travel blog

Kaieteur Falls

A travel blog entry by guanohappens

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Kaieteur Falls today--Amazon River Basin, about 3 degrees north of equator. A LITTLE BIT sunburned despite diligent reapplications of sunscreen and wearing my now very sad straw hat. AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! RIGHT after we touched down on the little ...

Sao Paulo, New York of South America?, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Sao Paulo, New York of South America?

A travel blog entry by ivoandannemieke

Hello, so the last three days we spend in Sao Paulo - apparently Rio is the big Brazilian city of party and Sao Paulo the city of hard work ..! Either way, it is a city where you need a locally living friend to find your way around in a pleasant way. Only ...

A brief city tour, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

A brief city tour

A travel blog entry by mattandlou

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Sao Paulo is Brazil's most populous city (22m) and the 3rd most populous in the world. It is also the world's fastest growing city as thousands flock here hoping to better themselves. Evidently some make it, as business thrives here. By the same token, ...

Day 225 - Morro de Sao Paulo, Morro de Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Day 225 - Morro de Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by al_fey

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Today was a lazy day even by our sloth-like standards! On my various walks to & fro the beach and the pousada (hotel) yesterday I'd somehow managed to get sunburnt in the middle of my back, so I decided to stay out of the sun today. So after ...

Morro de Sao Paulo - beaches and night life, Morro de Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Morro de Sao Paulo - beaches and night life

A travel blog entry by matanshapira

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Here we found more touristic and active spot with much more active nightlife. The tide here is very extreme, like 100-300 meters gets exposed in low and everything looks different. In low tide the beach has warm calm pools created by the exposed rocks ...

late bus, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

late bus

A travel blog entry by cmj

... rodoviaria (bus terminal) anyway. Whoa, culture shock. I was so used to living in third world countries, I was totally unprepared for Sao Paulo. For one, the cab was freaking expensive, U$26. For another, the city was, well, almost organized. The highway ...

De Paraty a Sao paulo***, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

De Paraty a Sao paulo***

A travel blog entry by loelai

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... arret sur une crique isolee; L eau n y est pas tres clair, mais la biere plutot fraiche... lol Le soir , on arrive a sao paulo, grande ville, quand meme 19 millions d habitants!!  On passe vite fait chez la mere a carlos afin de recuperer le ...

The 3rd largest metropolois in the world, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

The 3rd largest metropolois in the world

A travel blog entry by ashifreeshma

The 3rd largest metropolis in the world...we just wizzed through ...

Tranquility before the carnage!, Boipeba Island, Brazil travel blog

Tranquility before the carnage!

A travel blog entry by julesjb

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My original plan was to spend a few days in Lencois which is about a 6 hour bus ride west of Salvador and is next to some amazing national parks with fantastic trekking around some amazing waterfalls and forests, but after finding out about a tranquil ...

Stuck in Morro de Sao Paulo, Morro de Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Stuck in Morro de Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by captainflint

... really looking forward my own place, even if it was going to be only for a few days. My first impression of Morro de Sao Paulo was really good, white sand beaches with very clear water, nice atmosphere and plenty of places for drinking or eating…It ...

Morro de Sao Paulo, Morro de Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Morro de Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by ellenmilton

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Morro de Sao Paulo in ...

Morro de Sao Paulo, Morro de Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Morro de Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by will.traveller

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Each beach has its own personality. Tide is low as I explore. Huge portion of the beach is revealed. It is very rocky. Large pools of water are left behind. I join some others in wading in the largest. It is like a pond. Many tropical fish are swimming ...

Flight and brief stay in Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Flight and brief stay in Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by atullgupta

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... . First we flew from the Galapagos to Quito, then Quito to Lima, then Lima to Santiago and finally from Santiago to Sao Paulo, Brazil! The flights themselves passed without incident, it was rather the waiting at the airports which irked us, as well as me ...

Santos and the broken down car, Santos, Brazil travel blog

Santos and the broken down car

A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather

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... and ducked down to avoid being spotted by police. The truck left us all at a service station and we got to eat and drink and pee and were taken the last 200km by a very plush taxi. Good start to Brazil, I really got to see the administration in action! ...

Morro de Sao Paulo, Morro de Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Morro de Sao Paulo

A travel blog entry by david_irina

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... One more a nice resort town but we have not found anything new here. It looks like we should change the country. Our last stop in Brazil will be in Salvador, and then we are moving to Peru. By the way, finally we run into many Israeli tourists. It is ...

Cariocas vs. Paulistas (Part 2 – by KCT), Sao Paulo, Brazil travel blog

Cariocas vs. Paulistas (Part 2 – by KCT)

A travel blog entry by kctmapg

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... and many street artists are invited to many museums and galleries’ shows. Also London’s Tate is a supporter of Sao Paulo’s street graffiti! Furthermore, the city offers a stunning skyline. Wherever you look at, there are multitudes of ...

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