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... I’m sober before I leave SP to test it for myself.
After finishing the pizza we all jumped in a taxi and they dropped me off at my hotel first, which was very nice. It was great to catch up with Esther again, and to chat with Erio too. Hopefully we’ll all get together for the Super Bowl on Sunday night, but it’s not 100% yet. It would be great to see them again before I leave though. I certainly had a very good night with them ...
... the gallery were several street markets, we wandered around looking at all the cool local crafts and trinketsthen headed back to the hostel, via the supermarket where we bought lasagne for tea.
The hostel had got much busier and there were 2 groups of english people who we spoke with for a while. The hostel bar was closed that night so me and Rob went down to the street with all the night life, Rua Augusta. We found a nice bar which had a drinks ...
... is for them, they have their minds and hope on the next elections to improve the structure and services in Brazil. On the other hand, Mr. Marcomini said they need to be themselves to welcome the citizens from the world and focus on the elections in October.
Yesterday’s last meeting with Mr. Wagner Amarelo, Manager from Argo IT, was definitely very productive. He had a great Powerpoint presentation but he ended drawing ...
... hang out and discuss music and the sublime with Lucan late nights. If you can wrangle cats, go on a tour of China Town with Ricardo and company. Eat at every food stall, even if you have no idea what you are ordering. Ricardo has no idea either.
Sao Paulo Free Walking Tours. A really well run and informative tour. It can be a bit on the long side though. The Paulista Avenue tour runs 3 hours, mas o menos, and the Old Downtown tour was 4 ...
... in a Brazilian night club leading to the death of over 200 revellers.
The next day we take a stroll through Ibirapuera park, a vast green expanse where Paulista´s go to chill out and escape the daily grind. A grand stone monument adorns the entrance as a homage to the explorers who founded this great city. Most museums are shut on Mondays so we instead decide to explore the Vila Madalena area. It is a bohemian neighbourhood with many little hills, upmarket ...