Address Faria Lima - InterCity
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I arrived in Campinas airport which is actually the next town over, but the Hub for Azul airlines. Luckily they put on a complimentary bus to São Paulo that took 1 hour and 40 minutes that got me near my hostel. Then a taxi ride straight there in crazy traffic. The hostel was nice but my room was a bit smelly. I think it was the old guy in there, not just the room though! The thrills of dorm rooms.
As I had heard such horror stories about São Paulo, I was reluctant to ...
... to do some research for me on how to get to Viracopos airport (although called Sao Paulo Viracopos – it is about one hour forty-minutes from Sao Paulo). Brazil were playing Cameroon in Brasilia on 23rd June and as a result, all the flights out of São Paulo Guarulhos and São Paulo Congonhas were fully booked. So I ended up getting a flight to Brasilia from Viracopos on 23rd June for onward ...
... made our way to the subway. Got tickets by pointing to the then, as the subway system was easy to navigate, we made it to the bus terminal and luckily for us had someone who could speak English bought our tickets for Sunday's travel to Rio. On before going back, tried to ask for a supermarket but no ingles so came straight home, looking out for menacing pick picketers. Don't see any at all. Must have been aware of our super alertness! Got home and asked ...
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Ethanol produced from sugarcane provides energy that is renewable and less ...
... search a minute for a seat. I took this to be a good sign.
I asked her what food she liked as the waiter brought us the menu. It turns out she always got the same thing. Esfiha, now maybe you all know what that is. I didn't. I may be showing my ignorance but I had never had Arabic food before. I looked down at the menu and realized this might be a problem. The menu was in Portuguese but it was Portuguese translations of Arabic dishes...I ...