Augusta Boulevard Hotel Sao Paulo
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Lay in bed all morning and then went about booking a trip to an island called illha grande. Although our searches for São Paulo to Illha grande gave us some results Rio de Janiero kept popping up everywhere. We then checked on google maps where it actually was and it turns out it's beside Rio and not São Paulo. Bollocks. We could have booked a return bus journey to illha grande but it would have cost $100 in transport alone so we couldn't justify the cost. We started ...
... Futebol which provided a detailed account of each World Cup to date and later took a walk down Av Paulista, the lively commercial centre of Sao Paulo.
Culinary highlights included a ‘pernil’ (pork loin) sandwich at the Mercado Municipal and an overpriced pizza in the upmarket district of Pinheiro.
Onward bus to Paraty, 6 ...
... years ago, never to be seen again). I liked the ruinousness of this énding, but I couldn´t do that to 2 good friends who I knew for sure loved me (when you are depressed you feel worthless and unloveable) as they´d both asked me to be best man on their wedding days So I said a face to face tearful goodbye to Bob and Sami wondering if I´d ever see them again, and thinking that I probably wouldn´t. In my head I liked the idea that I might get to Brasil, find nothing ...
I'm finding brazil to be such a courful and exciting country - the nature, the food, the dancing and most of all the people. The Brazilian people are amongst the most friendly, welcoming and generous-spirited people I've ever come across. I've also learnt that they are nearly all very proud of their country, and where they call home within it. And if you are enthusiastic to learn about their country / home, they will match it with a welcoming and generous enthusiasm ...
... streets, cracked out groups congregate in public squares, sleeping bodies wrapped in blankets are everywhere, and all of downtown smells like a toilet. It is quite heartbreaking to witness. With this kind of predicament I can understand why protesters are upset with, among other things, the government spending billions on World Cup infrastructure.
Luckily our hotel is situated in an affluent area where I ...