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Friday 11th October - Day 19
Sad to leave such an amazing place but also excited to move on, we bought our bus ticket for Sao Paulo and got on our way. Six hours later and we arrived into the metropolis that is home to a whopping 11 million people. In a city this size if you're not 100% sure of where you're going, you'll get lost. And we …
... a drought that was restricting the waterflow by 60%. Fearing that this would spoil our experience of the falls, we chose instead to visit smaller towns between Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, which had also been recommended by past travellers.
Sao Paulo was very forgettable, like Lima - it was just a city, though it seemed tidier than Lima. We'd fortunately booked a hostel well in advance here. Unfortunately the hostel owner was considerably incompetent, and ...
... long as people were there. Didn't stay up too late (although the temptation was there as the table of people we were with wanted us to move on to a club) as the following morning we were up at 6am to get the bus to Parity (pronounced Parichee, another wrong pronunciation from me while trying to book a ticket). Parity is on the east coast of Brazil, about 6 hours from Sao Paulo. Its a lovely little town with old ...