BEST WESTERN Osasco Hotel
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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 ...
The Skipper and Gilligan have made it São Paulo and are ready for the next adventure. It's very hot and humid here so it may be a bit tough on the skipper. Gilligan was having to provide wake up calls for the skip in Colombia but we have put an end to that. It's a new day and important day to hopefully make some progress with AGencia ...
... we went up the 3rd tallest building in Brazil (and Sao Paulo), which was designed after the Empire State building. We only got about 5 minutes at the top, but the view was 360° of Sao Paulo- in perfect weather. After a quick detour via the same lunch place as the walking tour (and some more acai), we headed for the 2nd tallest building in the area- the Italia building. This was open from 3-4 for free and again, gave views of the entire city. There was ...
... of having Friday as a beach day, this was it. We toddled off to the beach along with many others it seemed. It was such a nice time relaxing in the sun after our crazy day yesterday. The water however was like swimming in Lake Wakitipu but with giant waves that would knock you off your feet -But quite refreshing from the hot sun.
Wait a minute, now we’re swimming
Happy bathing, now we’re winning,
Eating ice-cream gee that’s better
I had been here the better part of two weeks and had yet to "rock down to `Paulista Avenue'". Shame! How could this be? Why had I not graced the wide paths of the business districts travel books are so eager to write about? Primarily because, according to Vitor, 'it's a pain in the ass to get there!'. Once again, Vitor was whinging and whining about travel in around Brazil. I couldn't really see his point. Given the way they drive and their attitude and ...