Okupe Hostel Jardins
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... in their favourite activities of sleeping and pooping. I am starting to fear that julian may have narcolepsy. He spends more time with his eyes shut than a yoga instructor on xanax.
One highlight of this promenade in town was the etheral catedral da se. It is sao paulo's biggest cathedral and out the front there are a series of preachers giving animated sermons on some mel gibson ****. I filmed one dude (will add to facebook) who ...
... some of the simple steps by Eber, I would stop dead in the middle of the dance floor to stare dumbfounded at the skill of the pairs of people being twisted, turned and lifted in the air around me. We had a long night in there, soaking up the music and dancing. I also really enjoyed the people watching as it was lovely to see that people were of all ages, sizes, in different kinds of dress (some formal, some casual), yet they all shared in common the love of the ...
... at the store and played cards while drinking more back at the hotel!!
The next day we did a walking tour of the centro area of Sao Paulo which was really interesting and went up the hightest building in the city to see a 360 degree view of the hundreds of skyscrapers and the helicopter taxis that the rich people use to get around!
There had been riots in many Brazilian cities ...
... re in Sao Paulo, even if you don't like football that much, purely for some insight into the Brazilians' love for the game. Sticking around to watch a game in the stadium was, however, pushing Amy's love of football a little bit too far - and we'd definitely made the right decision as it lashed it down with rain again about 20 minutes after we'd left the ground, then on and off for the rest of the afternoon. We sheltered under some shop fronts for a while, then had an amazing ...
... died. I was so embarrassed by the smell of them on the bus. They made it through the ATM caves in Belize, rainy days in Panama, the Cuidad Perdida hike in Colombia, and another rainy hike in Ilha Grande. I think they had a good life, but getting wet, partially drying, then getting a bath, and partially drying again is not easy on shoes. Anyways, I asked for something similar to what I was wearing, and I think they thought ...