Ace Hostel Sao Paulo
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Ace Hostel Sao Paulo
Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
... d have thought the government would've tried to tidy it up in preperations for the world cup, but maybe that is over another side of the city and just hoped that noone would venture this far in. Gringos are very light on the ground around here.
After watching some weird interpretive dance thing at what I assume is the modern art museum we grabbed a drink at an outside bar and watched the world go by. We discussed if we had ...
... though the night is quite tough to remember.
The next day Julz and i went to Santos, about an hr out of SP. It was a miserable day so we watched Australia's gallant effort against the dutch, then checked out the beach there, which is longer than a lamearse travel blog post. Thursday was another mental night in vila madalena, benny and brazilian friends in tow (and my man Ryan from my footy club i randomky ran into!), and Friday i ...
April 27, 2012
11:30 AM PHT (GMT +8)
12:30 AM BRT (GMT -3)
Just arrived here in Unicamp and finished setting up my bed. I can't really sleep right now 'cos I slept during my plane and bus ride and it's noon time in the Philippines. Since I base my blog days in the Philippine time zone, this entry will be about how I spent April 26, the longest day of my life, literally! :)
While in the plane to Doha, it was already April 26 ...
... cheese and pepper). Art was everywhere I looked, and that was cool. But I was tired and grumpy, and was only really cheered up mid-morning by wandering into a crazy-huge Brazilian costume shop, where I dodged giant plasic Oscar statuettes and leafed through their catalogue of costumes. Genuinely: EVERY female costume is essentially made up of a bikini top, mini-skirt, and accessories. 'Lady Holmes' ( the accompaniment to Sherlock Holmes) was particularly hilarious.
... Gringo in a Japanese kimono. Too much fun.
We've also been loving hanging out with eclectic international peeps. Last weekend, we went out with an Israeli, a Russian guy living in Australia, a few Argentines, an American friend from home, and an Australian who's living in Brazil. Inevitably, living out of a backpack in various hostels gives you a great cultural experience, as you meet lots of international folks, but it doesn't really help you meet the "locals." ...