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Travel Blogs from Sao Paulo
... realising that the boot didn't work we hustled into the back of the cab with poor Jess having to resort to leaving her bag on her lap as we sped towards the final destination (much to Kathy and my amusement). We arrived at the international airport and attempted to check in. After much debate and negotiation the bags were checked in and we ran to find our gate. And guess what, silly rio lady who didn't expect us to make it. WE FREAKING MADE IT. SUCK ON THAT!!!! ...
Like nowhere else either of us have ever been, Sao Paulo – "Sampa" to the local “Paulinistos” - is the archetypal concrete jungle. The largest city in the southern hemisphere (19 million inhabitants and rising) it is basically miles and miles of office blocks, traffic-jammed highways, high rises and shopping malls. It also has a reputation for high crime rates – cars whilst driving would ...
They will be closing this site, building a site 3 x bigger called Ekos Park to
prepare for future growth "Well, Be Well" is slogan and approach to
business. They do not approve new products that are not sustainable
On the way out we stopped to take a group picture in the open air space where we entered. It was a beautiful open air space that was still covered. The roof was raised above the wall tops and it had ...
... with their dogs, all inside
this flash as mall. It was kind of weird but I guess it is a sign that
Brazil is still in a developmental phase in terms of urbanization. This
is also reflected generally by the behaviors of the people I observied
and also the way they dress. It is ***********cretely describe, more of a
vibe you get. This impression is not helped by my friend and her sister
who constantly remind me that ...
... shawarma, we were excited.
On Friday we were super excited as we had booked ourselves into a niceish hotel for our final 2 nights. We checked out of the hostel at midday and walked 4 blocks to our new hotel, only to discover they didn’t have our booking, despite us having the booking confirmation email. No one there spoke English and it was very difficult trying to work out what was happening. After 30mins they got an English speaking man on the phone and turned out ...