Adagio Sao Paulo Moema
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... people, more than 2 or 3x bigger than London. We heard it called a concrete jungle a few times and many people say don’t stop
there unless you have to. But we didn’t have another option as there was no direct connection and also we kind of wanted to see how such a big city is like.
Thursday 4th December
In the morning we are really quite tired after a short sleep and just the thought of having to pack our bags and go ...
We wake up and pack up our things, as today, after 2 weeks of travelling through South America, we will be leaving for the US. Blake and I have a flight at 10:45 while David's is at 11:45, so of course we leave probably a bit too late. We take a cab to the airport, luckily there was no traffic so we get there with plenty of time. This good, because the line to check my bag moves at a snails pace and it take 30 minutes to check it. We say ...
... dance. The drum core and dancers are really professional and practice all year for carnival, where samba schools compete for trophies and recognition. They played music until about midnight. We danced and watched, I listened as the crowd sang songs they all knew the lyrics to. It was like a street party with live Samba. Lou volunteered to drive me to the airport the next morning around 6am. It was on the way back to her house and saved me an hour and a half on a shuttle bus. What ...
... took pictures of the murals, I tried not to walk into the walls as I was obviously enamored. Then he bought breakfast of pão de queijo while we chatted about jumping out of things in the sky. I believe this is the definition of "man".
So, while São Paulo is not necessarily a traveler’s destination, there is always something to find if you look hard enough, and get lucky enough to have a local show you the way. ...
... of higher, lower or samesies.
After a few quiet days we headed to Sao Paulo in search of a bit of life. We were told Sao Paulo was a crazy industrial city which we should only spend 2 days in maximum. As the largest city in Brazil this was somewhat true and from walking around the city for the day you can see that there is quiet a big homeless problem which seems to be hand in hand with the city's drug problem. The night we spent in the city we could ...