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... and by the time we tried to leave the streets outside were like rivers. We tried to catch a taxi but non of them were taking fares...we have no idea why, that's the time to start coining it in right?! Alas we got soaked in the process and headed back inside defeated. After another hour so the rain died a bit so we purchased so plastic macs and headed back to the metro.
We spent the evening at a bar local to our hostel in Vila ...
Another decent nights sleep and after a hearty breakfast we headed for the bus depot. A small hiccuip that only one taxi turned up when we needed two, but that's why you factor in contingency time. The bus itself my be one of the nicest I've been on. Big plush seats with lots of leg room and and good recline that doesn't annoy the people behind. It also has a fold down leg bit that almost connects up with the seat From what I've been told in SA there are ...
With an 8hr wait for our connection to Santa Cruz, we decided to make the most of our time in Brazil and explored the outside of the airport, discovering some busy roads, a Brazilian flag, a potential prison and a car park 'body guard' dressed maybe a bit too seriously (black boots, coat and sunglasses!).
... blonde friend and was intent on interrogating us to find out exactly where we were staying. Or Davide, who stood way too close for comfort and proceeded to cover my face with a large smattering of saliva after every spoken word. And Nilson, a Japanese resident with THE MOST extravagant laugh I've ever heard and who's essentially a real life version of 'The Hangover's Chow. There were many many others too. It was an unforgettable night for all the wrong reasons. I chose to ...
... to Australia as Sao Paulo is the 11th (I think) most expensive city in the world. Vila Madelena was also built on some extremely steep hills- but in a city of 12 million you build where you can I guess.
Friday- February 15
This morning we had breakfast at the original hostel and then checked into the new hostel. The new hostel was nice and even better located than the previous hostel- as we were now far closer to the metro. We then caught the metro to ...