Pestana Sao Paulo
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... areas, but Caspar told me they are not actually favelas, apparently the upper lower class lives in these). I havent seen a real favela yet and I probably stay away from it in terms of security, although I am interested in the setup and environment of these favelas.
Thursday morning I met my collegues at the model agency for the first time and they are all really nice. Every single one of them is gay, but they are respectful and helpful. They told me that each week I ...
Travelling in unaccustomed luxury; grime and grandeur; meeting old friends.
Thanks to a lot of business travel undertaken by myself this year, with a resultant accrual of airmiles and loyalty points, this year's trip got off to a luxurious start, with a visit to British Airways Executive Lounge and a load of free food. With the help of a friendly member of staff we even managed to locate the lounge ice cream cabinet.
We had ...
... wanted to head back to the hostel. As it was Rob's birthday we decided after a little rest to celebrate with the best pizza in São Paulo. It was just down the road, and it was pretty fancy, but still so cheap! It was delicious, I was stuffed by the end, and after having a few glasses of wine we were ready to head back and retrieve our free caipirinhas! We were determined to go out so after a couple more drinks and a few dance moves we hailed a taxi and made our way to a road ...
... views over Guanabara Bay, Niteroi and Rio at take-off and then as we went down the Costa Verde over Isla Grande and probably Paraty. Had a great view over Sao Paulo before landing at Congonhas Airport which is the city airport of Sao Paulo on the south side and close to Vila Mariana where my friend, Leonor, lives. She met me at the airport and we drove to her apartment.
After lunch at a local kilo ...
... just leaving. Anyway it was loud and bright and got rather annoying.
There is not much to say about Sao Paulo, except that it is the third largest city in the world and everyone gets lost often. It really is just a big city, nothing pretty. We did two free walking tours. The first one was okay, a little strange and the tour guides English was hard to interpret at times. We were shown into museums, strange art galleries and pointed out random things such as a giant ...