Atibaia Residence Hotel
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... which means swamp. Most of it floods from December till the beginning of July. The way to the lodge changes from road to river. The pier next the swimming pool leads at the moment to a field where the horses graze becomes the entrance to the lodge by boat. By road going back the first hour of the journey is by red dirt road. Although the driver is very careful I feel as though I am being tossed about on stormy sea. The juddering ...
Instantly Sao Paulo seemed a far cry from the tropical atmosphere of Rio. The weather was grey and temperature in the low to mid teens. I could comfortably wear my hoodie. A greater diversity of people also seemed to be present on the train. Whereas people on the Rio Metro appeared either to be Brazilian or a tourist, there were now South-East Asians present, not tourists but Paulistas (inhabitants of Sao Paulo).
After half an hour or so I arrived ...
... with me! Clearly I'm something of a novelty in Cusco... ;-) The Cusco worship scene is quite complex, with the main evangelical denomination (who hosted the conference) generally very traditional in their approach, and very concerned about popular music culture contaminating the worship of the church. This is due to the influence of the missionaries who originally evangelised the area. (They had adopted a very didactic approach, ...
... and water machines spraying overhead! The party causes a complete roadblock and we wonder what Porto Seguro (our carnival destination) has in store for us!
By Sunday the girls had arrived from England and Dubai... Katie, Zoe, Becki, Annie, Lynsey and we all headed to the park to soak up some rays. Ibapapuera park is definitely one of the most beautiful and active parks I've ever been to! The healthy mentality we saw in Rio is obviously bred into the Brazilians! There ...
... first day in true `Heather Small´ style making ourselves proud by getting all of our affairs in order. That evening we aquainted ourselves with some of Sao Paulo´s more interesting characters in the form of a sex-mad middle-aged Australian woman, a schizophrenic Scottish terrier (a.k.a Gringo) and Raphael - LimeTime´s own lothario.
The next day was named double-sushi day. We first met Hayley´s German friend Lara for sushi ...