Adagio Sao Paulo Moema
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While researching flights to different Latin American countries, I learned that flights out of Rio de Janeiro were all routed through Sao Paulo. The difference in cost from Rio and Sao Paulo airports was significant (as much as $400US) so I had decided to take the bus from Rio to Sao Paulo (about $40 US) and fly out of there. Couchsurfing.com offered many options for accommodations and willing hosts in Sao Paulo so I opted to stay with Ulysses and ...
... the gallery were several street markets, we wandered around looking at all the cool local crafts and trinketsthen headed back to the hostel, via the supermarket where we bought lasagne for tea.
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... Spanish/half English. Communication was our newest challenge. 3 months of practicing Spanish felt very irrelevant. 19 million people in São Paulo and it seemed quiet. We decided to move further into the city. Leaving Bohemia behind we dived into the concrete jungle metropolis. Sky scrapers ever looming, giant busy avenues and more shops than you could shake a stick at. Our new hostel was a bit dull but for a French Canadian. He made us our first ...
Greeting the day with strong coffee and cheese baked rolls- just the ticket. Thanks Roy. A quiet morning, chilled kick back and DVD... A glass of wine and we're off. Head to a close neighbourhood for 'tea' (Roy's word for beer) in the street. An outside market place made popular by the ...