Riema Paulista Classic Flat
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... city's party hotspots; Vila Magdalena, a hipster area whose streets are lined with bars, and Baixo Augusta, a grimier street full of slightly dodgy clubs.
One Saturday evening we decided to see a football game, as the SPFC (Sao Paulo Football Club) were playing in their home stadium, tr Morumbi. We took a taxi to the stadium, where we realised we had come without any cash and, you guessed it, the tickets couldn't be paid for with card. Easily solved, right? We'll ...
... sentence between them. Fortunately we got out of that debacle and found the place.
Next challenge (i **** you not,it gets better) was not crying when arriving at the crib. As many of you will know, I've a minor aversion to heights. We are not birds (despite some appearances), i don't care what you say, the **** ain't natural. I am writing this from the top floor of a 20 story building in downtown sao paulo. It's really, really ******* high up. I'm sorry to ...
Never again. Never again will I embark on a 22hr flight (with an hour's congested connection that nearly made us miss our flight to São Paulo) with a resulting 13 hours time difference. I hope not, anyway. Upon arrival at destination, brain and body do not act as one. Fluent, articulated speach is a luxury, and that's just English. What made it worse for me was that to help avoid another bout of ...
Boa Noite, or good evening for you non Portuguese speaking folks.
Today was quite the full day. Sleep has been hard to come by the last few nights and waking up early in the morning is becoming a very bad habit of mine. I awoke at 4:30 AM and was unable to go back to sleep. Tough break I guess. Anyway on day 2 we visited the offices of Itau Bank, and the Natura Cosmetics factory.
We departed the hotel around ...
... but the poor kids have to go to public school which he called "quite bad". Most of the poor kids see playing soccer as the best way out of the Favellas and to ascend financially and socially.
After some very interesting discussion (speeches) with Fernando, we had arrived downtown. Like I said, he gave us the option in the rain but we wanted to get out and walk around. We had stopped in the Liberdade District, also known as the Oriental District. ...