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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the lucky (mis)fortune to have tried cream cheese pizza, cream cheese sushi, cream cheese dumplings, cream cheese and cake...etc. But I diverge...
After arriving from Ilha Grande, we stayed in Sao Paulo for almost exactly two weeks, during which we explored the city as best we could without spending too much money. Although we had (kind of) budgeted for the three weeks spent in Rio, Trindade and Ilha Grande, we had majorly overspent and were now literally paying ...
... have ever seen before. I thought it may be like Queen Vic markets in Melbourne initially, as the first shops we see are piled high with fruit and vegetables. Here we see more exotic fruits than I have ever seen before, everything from cadju fruit, to jaboticaba to Italian table grapes shaped like bunches of black babies fingers. (Sorry about the imagery there...I'll work on that simile later)
Fresh figs carefully tower above enormous orange ...
On Thursday morning we said goodbye to the beautiful town of Paraty and made way to Sao Paulo. For those not in the know, Sao Paulo is the largest city in South America. It is also home to the largest collection of Japanese and Italian immigrants in the world. For me this was going to be another big city, but it did turn out to be a good few days.
We arrived after our 6 hour bus ride to a very busy city. We jumped ...
... first day in true `Heather Small´ style making ourselves proud by getting all of our affairs in order. That evening we aquainted ourselves with some of Sao Paulo´s more interesting characters in the form of a sex-mad middle-aged Australian woman, a schizophrenic Scottish terrier (a.k.a Gringo) and Raphael - LimeTime´s own lothario.
The next day was named double-sushi day. We first met Hayley´s German friend Lara for sushi ...
... and Andre have never met so none of us are going to be able to recognise each other and we got a pretty ridiculous situation.
Luckily once we got off the train I looked up and saw Magda and presumably Andre waving at us. We were so late that Magda had finished work and got home.
They took us to their apartment and ordered us pizza since it is famous here thanks to the Italian immigrants who settled her and some claim it is ...