Sao Paulo Hostel Downtown
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We arrived last night (Wed night) in Sao Paolo at about 8,30pm (an hour later than scheduled due to unreal traffic coming into the city). The bus journey was 7 hours even though we did have a few stops on route-we taught we were lucky when they started showing the film ´The Terminal´in English but then 5 mins into it some guy comes up and changes …
Many people had told us not to bother visiting São Paulo, they said it was a huge industrial city with nothing to see. However one of my old students from the school in Manchester where I used to teach had offered to meet up and show us around the city. We had made plans a while back and so we were really looking forward to it, but as per usual, the weather held us back. The rain was so bad that Tiago said "let's do what every Paulista does when ...
... the experiences she has been through and the new challenges she is embarking on. Luckily for me I sensed her brightness and energy so we put a plan together for the afternoon which included visiting the grave of Ayrton Senna, a museum exhibition, checking out a couple of neighbourhoods and then finishing by watching the hobbit (in Spanish) with subtitles (provided on screen and by Carine ("ha ha ha").
For one of Brazils most adored and revers ...
As a solution to this problem, I've researched many volunteer opportunities but am still feeling lost and lonely. I'm not sure I will ever feel safe outside my neighborhood enough to get out further into the city. I'm kind of going insane.
Life is a string of movie marathons and eating compulsively. It's disgusting ...
... to know people I went to a CouchSurfing social meeting. [For those who don't know CouchSurfing is a website on which people offer a spare room or sofa fpr travellers to stay on for a certain amount of time, and also offers a big social scene without obligation to offer accommodation.] So off I trotted. And meet people I did (and thanked heaven that Brazilians are so much more open and friendly than Chileans, even in such a big city). I met a guy who offered his spare room ...