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... the bohemian quarter just outside of the city centre, which had much more of a chilled vibe, not as many high rises and some nice bars and restaurants. It has a New York Greenwich Village feel to the place. The city has a good metro system so it was only a few stops away from the centre.
Again we find ourselves with just two days to explore a city that could keep us entertained for far longer. So to make the most of it we did most of ...
... to Sam who we'll catch up with in a couple of days. There are a group of Brazilian girls here but they are hard work to talk to. Not because they speak poor english (they don't) just because, well some people are hard work. Besides they were heading to the side of town we were yesterday and we had our sights set on the area where the other hostel is.
Unsurprisingly this hostel was a bust too, so after some cheap drinks ...
... receives undeserved stick. Yes, you need to put in the effort, but it's not the tedious place that I'd come to believe.
My affair with Sao Paulo started out on the wrong foot. I met up with a group of American travellers I was with in Rio, and we created possibly the worst attempt at pasta in the history of mankind. That evening, the hostel owner skipped the planned entertainment of a bar crawl and led us to the Sao Paulo Couch-Surfing community monthly meeting. ...
... and nice bar/breakfast area- but it made the dorm much more comfortable for the time we were there.
That afternoon, we headed to the Laundromat to wash a weeks’ worth of stinking clothes and wandered the streets near our hostel. We also bought our 3rd adaptor in 3 countries! Late that afternoon, there was a massive storm with lots of thunder, lightning, heavy rain and hail. The roof of the other dorm started leaking pretty badly and a pot plant ...
... I not order it, with a name like that? We also had some more fantastic frango and catupiry treats. It was a fun way to spend our last night of the trip.
So that’s it. We’re done. The following day, we caught the subway and the bus to the airport and then after a painful overnight flight with a layover in Lima we finally landed back in MIA early Sunday morning and were back in our respective offices the next morning. The last three months have flown by, but they ...