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... visited the shopping district around Rua Oscar Freire. This is a street similar to Rodeo Drive in LA but I thought the mega luxury brands were missing (they are apparently in a mall nearby), it was more like Reagent/Oxford Street in London.
We then met my friend Aragon (a native of SP who lives with me in Araraquara) at the central market and tried lots of different Brazilian foods (i'll do a separate entry ...
... beautiful I walked home alone and a gay guy tried to drug me. I shouldn't of walked through the dodgy areas but I got lost and its a story. I later met up with Nayane, we visited MASP, Italia Building and Republic Square together. She took me for an all you can eat buffet and I listened to her talk about her drive to become financially secure. I began to reflect on my own lack of security. Thinking about the rigs again or some other fast income generating direction. She invited ...
We went out to dinner at Bovinus in Reboucas which is the first time I had ever been to an authentic Brazilian Churascaria for dinner. Our guide Fernando warned us not to get suckered into filling up on the cheap stuff and which cuts of meat we should all hold out for. I never ate so much red meat in my life. Check out the pics taken at the restaurant below.
... were fearful we would have to wait another hour and that the same thing would happen at the Argentinian checkpoint, we contemplated walking the 3 km but were told it was very dangerous because there was no walkway (they neglected to mention the 4m wide verge you could easily walk on). Thankfully, we only had to wait 35mins for the next bus and when we arrived at the Argentinian checkpoint, there was quite a group of us English speaking people and we shadowed that bus driver (as he had to ...
... We hoped the next four nights we had planned in Sao Paulo was a little more pleasant than our entry.
Hoping off the bus, we navigated our way through the terminal and onto the metro line to take us the additional 8 kms into Jardin Paulista, one of what was suppose to be an upscale French district of the city and what sounded like a good place to base ourselves in the Pousada Dos Franceses. It was dark at that point and we were staving so the friendly ...