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... and their clothes. Infact it was set up like a small community, people were trading, washing, chatting, sleeping, almost like an open favela outside the cathedral.
We tried some sugar cane juice which sounds nice but was really not nice at all! The brazillians seem to love sugary food and drinks! We went to the monastry but couldnīt see the monks that still live there. It was ...
... to see the difference in the people that frequent this mall compared to the mall that we visited a few days ago. The street that we were on was also littered with high-end car dealerships, and Porsche's, Mercedes, BMW's and Ferrari's were everywhere, stark contrast to some of the other areas we had been in. The contrast between rich and poor is evident every day as you move around the city of São Paulo.
We moved onto a little restaurant called Tree Gourmet ...
... you get from the top of the Rockefeller building or St Peter's Basilica but it really put into perspective just how big the city was - 40km of buildings - there was no room for anything else! Apparently Sao Paulo has the same population as the whole of Australia!!!! We then headed for the Catedral da Se and got caught in a thunderstorm - the rain bucketed it down. We took refuge in the cathedral and awaited the rain to stop. Even the cathedral was huge - it's ...
... and after over 24hrs of traveling we arrived in Barra De Lagoa a place which was recommended to us by tourist information as a backpacker spot. It was not. We arrived to a beautiful little fishing town with a nice beach but it was not very lively. We spent a few days here trying to find life after 9pm, but it appeared there was none. Due to this our card skills improved greatly with pairs becoming a personal favorite of the group, along with Bruisers ...
As a young woman, I feel a huge threat from what I've heard and seen in brazil. So much so that I am afraid to leave my house alone and would never leave my neighborhood alone! But, as families do, we fight. Often. Suddenly this house feels like a single room and I wish I were halfway to the dreaded Shanghai on a raft. (Yes, the slow boat ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center