Pestana Sao Paulo
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... experience and took us all way our of our comfort zone but we all had so much fun and havnt stopped talking about it!
The next day before our flight we wandered around Sao Paulo's Villa Madalena which was a really vibrant cool, graffiti covered area. Bronagh made sure we went to Coffee Lab where they roasted their own coffee beans....really good coffee and atmosphere.
Sao Paulo was definitely worth the stop over.
... and Lucy but eventually cut them loose. The streets were absolutely heaving, and had a Camden type of vibe. My hands stayed in my pockets. The pavements were full of people selling all sorts of ****. Inside the market we headed upstairs to a food place recommended by the hostel guy. The queue to pick up a sandwich was absolutely huge. We joined the queue for seats and were inside in about ten minutes. The sandwich was massive, layer ...
... building took a little longer than it should have done (1.5 hours instead of 40 minutes). Billy refused to ask for directions as he wanted to feel in the know . Luckily we arrived just in time to get the free entrance up. The view was amazing, it's true when people say São Paulo is an endless city of building. As far as the eye see buildings surrounded us from all angles. We also bumped into Kelsey at the viewing point, the gang was back together. Rob ...
Since traveling to Ecuador a little over a year ago, I have always wanted to go back to South America. I have especially wanted to travel to Brazil. So naturally, I am very excited to be here in São Paulo, Brazil.
Yesterday we had the privilege of going to the largest park in São Paulo and walk around and people watch. Wiebke and I also had fresh coconut water while making the walk. We walked all over the city, visiting the park, local stores, and a local ...
... open fire. With our bellies full, we jumped in a cab and went to Sao Paolo's other famous football stadium; the home of Sao Paolo FC, Morumbi. SP were playing Ituana in the Paulista league and we were treated to a 3-2 cracker. The home team snook a victory with a great header with two mins to go. The game was real end to end stuff with a very excitable crowd who were quick to shout for their team but also to roar abuse if they disapproved of their defending. Throughout ...