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 …
... only had a couple of days there I skipped a lot of the typical tourist galleries and museums and relied on Renato´s local knowledge to see and taste a few of the more unique places. Which included one completely packed restaurant which is famous for Coxinhas (sort of chicken and cheese filled potato croquettes).
Thankfully due to Renato's local knowledge I went to the Matarazzo Gallery. Being an ...
May 13, 2012
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Since it's mother's day today, Ari's family took me to São Paulo, where their grandmother lives. We got out of the house at around 11am. Since Bragança Paulista is a city in the mountains, we had to go down the mountains to go to São Paulo. I got a little bit dizzy with all the turns but I would say that the roads were good! Unlike in the Philippines, ...
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I am in my little room in the guest house reading my book by Jorge Amado and resting for the trip back to Salvador where I have an endless list of things to do and places to go and music to hear and terreiros to visit and bembes to attend.
Jacob is out talking to girls and looking for his future wife. He deserves a break since we have been together for a week now.
More soon from Salvador.
... chopper, the area of Jardin and Avenida Paulista is full of gorgeous shops, restaurants and bars that we plan to return to when we are not meagre travellers.
The fortunes of the Paulistanos can also be seen in the local cemetery with gravestones and crypts being unbelievably extravagant with many the size of houses.....no joke!!
On final night our hostel laid on a big party with 250 people and 2 DJs, all you can drink for ...