Adagio Sao Paulo Itaim Bibi
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Generally fine but there were problems with my booking. Fortunately they were sorted easily.
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So, I've been invited to do a presentation in I São Paulo at an interesting time in their development. But it's just a quick trip with no time to sightsee. A shame as I have never been to Brazil before.
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From Ilha Grande we took a ferry to a Angra dos Reis, a town on the shore just opposite to the island. This time we were travelling on our own as opposite of using a transfer company. Which
proved to be a little more challenging. We missed the first connecting bus to Sao Paulo and had to wait another 3 hours for the next one.
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... sushi. We walked around and bought some sake for later. In the historic center of the city we saw the cathedral, some government buildings, another urban park area, and some great architecture. We happened upon an all-women's group practicing for carnival. With drums, tambourines, beaded gourds, and dancers, they had a great Afro-Brazilian music show going on (see video). But the sun was hot and we moved on after a short while. We tried to go up the tallest building in ...
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