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... We were soooo full and decided to make use of their free minibus shuttle service home despite it only being a 10 minute walk...ridiculous! If you are ever in São Paulo make sure you go to Vento Haragano! Tuesday was Ash's birthday and we went for a picnic in a really nice park similar to New York's Central Park, before heading to the Fan Fest for Brazil v Mexico - luckily we got in there early as they had to close the gates and get the riot police to block the crowds! We ...
... carry our backpacks for the first time! The hostel was lovely - we had booked a private room which was turned out to be a small cabin. As we only had two full days here, we decided to spend the rest of the evening exploring the small town and figuring out how best to spend our time.
After a trip to the tourist office, dive centre and supermarket, we headed back to our hostel to cook dinner for the first time since we left the UK - the festivities ...
... which was more my kind of museum! A visit to the Mercado Municipal was an eye-opener, it's basically a huge indoor market where you can sample an array of fruits, meat and wine! Having seen most of the main sites I decided to cut short my time in Sao Paulo, in search for some sun and sand, hence ending up in a little beach town called Paraty of which the next post will go into more detail ...
... weekend, and also happens to have a Ford dealership nearby. Moacir told us of the possibililities he sees with big data, and marketing all morphing into one thing that will transcend privacy, and always be a part of our lives. He said that we have experienced some small aspects of this today, and says that Amazon is the best at it to date, but his plans are to totally increase and expose us all to it on a more ...
... people increased. Outside the main church there were dozens of homeless people and a couple approached the group. At one point a guy was standing right behind Sebastian and me, aka, 2 very touristy looking people with a backpack filled with phones, wallets, passports, ipods and a camera. There was another guy who came along for the tour and each time he managed to distract the homeless people and get them away from the group. Ricardo also informed us where was safe and unsafe- ...
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