BEST WESTERN Osasco Hotel
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... we ended up on the 7hr bus to Sao Paulo not knowing where to go when it stopped, no accommodation booked, and arriving in the 'dangerous' city late at 11pm. We love to joke about how we are going to die and the 'We're not gona make it' instead of 'where not gona take it' song isn't quite as funny any more but is sung at these times of uncertainty. There was an angel on the bus and she saved our souls. She walked us onto a ...
Day 15- Ferry to Angris. Dropped us off an hour later at Angris port. Reeked of fish. The 200 people that got off the ferry disappeared within seconds. After standing in the rain for 15 minutes just staring at each other we realised that we're screwed. No one speaks English. Everyone stared at us like they were gunna kill us. Finally got a taxi to the terminal. 7 hr bus ride. Stopped for a poo break. There was no toilet paper. Toms quote, "I might just have to slowly **** out ...
Paulo had warned me that the real center of Sao Paulo has been overthrown by junkies, all addicted to crack, lying around asleep or going a bit wild. And that's indeed what I got to see : beautiful old buildings - Portuguese colonial style or baroque architecture - simply abandoned, looking terrible, almost crying out of despair. "What have you given up on me", they seemed to be shouting out loud. The site was heartbreaking. ...
... grand prix the day it happened. It was also my first experience with a remote raggedy and one that could affect me. Seeing his resting place was very sad but I was also really happy to have visited and paid my respects for what he had achieved. To that end me and Carine tidied up his grave, and each put out flowers down for him, yellow and green for the Brazilian national colours. I rubbed my fingers across his name on the golden headstone, thanked him and ...
After Rio we headed to a spot we'd found in Lonely Planet, yet again after not checking the national holidays and being left with nowhere to stay in Rio. It was a beach/surf town 2 hours north of Rio called Buzios. We stayed in a great hostel and chilled out for a couple of days. Due to the national holiday there was an event on in the town like a mini festival in the middle of a field. Cheap Caipirinha’s and ...