Riema Saint Charbel Suites & Life
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... and a little bit of very bad acting, we made it through lunch. We were ready to take on Ibirapuera Park!
Haz, Christian and I got to the park in a separate taxi and ended up at a different entrance from Monica and Nicola, a travel manager accompanying us for the week as well. As we were standing there waiting, I just observed the steady stream of people that were entering the park. The one thing that stood out most was that ...
... 8217;s an art & sculpture gallery with various local artists from Brazil and a few international options. There was some very strange modern art mixed in with some really cool older art that showed what Rio used to look like in the 1700s. You could see places we went to there with nothing but rainforest. We have officially decided that Mira Strendel (Surname might be a little wrong) is the worst artist of all time. Her exhibits ...
... and a friend of Rifaat's- Val- joined us and explained some of the cultural aspects of Brazil and their BBQs.
After the day's break we will be back to the football again with our second match in Sao Paulo and then our three day trip to Rio De Janeiro before our final three days in Sao Paulo- going quick but enjoying it greatly.
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... until 6am so that we could buy our bus tickets for Florianapolis, and then headed to our accomodation for the night...a HOTEL!
We had decided to treat ourselves as it was Nayan´s bday. Pretty embarrassing however turning up at to a 5 star hotel in our backpacks, me with bedhead and Nayan looking like he spent the night sleeping rough. They took pity, checked us in early and ushered us to the spa to get cleaned. We entered our room and almost ...
... one word in Portuguese - obregado - thank you. We managed to get by in Panama, Chile and Argentina; but in Brazil we are struggling. Thankfully, it seems, in the touristy areas English is spoken more widely then in the Spanish speaking countries. It's still not common though. After a week in São Paulo we'd had enough of walking around the city and lounging at the hostel, playing X-box with some of ...