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We arrived in Parnaiba on a night bus from Fortaleza at 8:00 am, and immediately booked a bus out of there to Sao Luis!!! Lonely planets say that Parnaiba is an unremarkable river crossing and unfortunately they were right. However 30 minutes outside of the town there is amazing beach so we grabbed breakfast from a supermarket and jumped on a bus out to the beach, we were the first ones onto the bus and it being ...
... shake. "Just a bit of turbulence, nothing to worry about" i thought as we bumped along through the clouds.
This continued for about 15min, with those little microsecond losses in height, where your stomach gets that funny feeling like it's gonna come out your mouth...and then it was back to normal again.
By the time the plane landed at Sao Paulo, my palms were moist.
Glad to be on the ground, i headed off ...
Late afternoon sat in your sarong, a few scoops, playing doms, Fela Kuti soundtrack - there´s worse ways to spend a Thursday afternoon. Funny, enjoyable town this - completely dead at night and weekend, throbbing with life daytime. Strange skyline of palm trees and (brick) factory chimneys pumping out smoke.
Parnaiba´s river delta is the biggest in South America and promises mangroves, sand dunes, ...
Sao Paulo must be one of the worst cities to arrive in on your own, on your first time in South America! It’s massive and hectic and I didn’t really have a clue what I was doing or where I was staying, I had a hostel name but no address. Good start!
But the flight in was good, it seemed to go really quickly and the seats on TAM were really easy to sleep in. I watched Inception on a 5inch screen which probably didn’t do it justice.
Arriving at ...
To all of you loyal regulars you will remember a while back we gave you a quickie and judging from the hundreds of e-mails, comments and faxes (what do you mean we don't have a fax?), the vast majority love a quickie now and again so here’s another one.
We arrived in Parnaiba at 6.00am after another eight hour overnight bus journey, we found the local bus into town and the very accommodating conductor made sure we got off at ...