Augusta Boulevard Hotel Sao Paulo
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... loves to dance, and the guys don't need Dutch courage to ask a girl up.
... thought. Here’s the dangerous little idea that’s been in my head since day one, the thought that I was afraid to even voice: Brazil shouldn’t win this World Cup. Brazil is at a point where it is unhappy with its circumstances, rights and government, and they’re finally doing something about it. These protests we’ve been seeing and the anti-government sentiment, it all might finally add up to something. We might actually see change in ...
... off the bridge into the terapin pond and cracked his head on a rock. He attracted quite a crowd and he was wrapped up in foil, his head bandaged whilst waiting for an ambulance. Quite a sobering and sad experience seeing someone so low. On another occasion we came across an irate old man in the middle of the street, yelling at someone in his muddled language but no one was there.
Saying this it's not all poor, depressed and crazy people at all. In fact we saw ...
... big, has a bar, swimming pool and is just around the corner from the metro station which was handy on a dark night in Sao Paulo. The receptionist told us some roads to stay clear of around the hostel, where the druggies hung about as he put it and gave us a small area that was safe at night. The most we ventured out was to get dinner from the supermarket. Not the most exciting ...
... They offered us some Brazilian coffee "shots" which as American's we were not used to (No Grande, Venti or Big Gulps here!), but it quickly became my favorite. They would normally offer us two flasks of coffee, one sweetened and one non-sweetened, but no milk. I'm very used to drinking milk in my coffee because of the bitterness of American coffee, but after trying Brazilian coffee I can definitely say I have a new favorite. It's very smooth and easy to drink, and even ...