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... to being only 60%25 German fan so far. São Paolo was interesting and we looked destined to return. The number of homeless people was mind boggling. The amount of concrete was insanity. The day to day smells were appalling. The population of the city is the same as Australia!, yes you read that correctly. All in all, I pick Australia any day of the week. Thanks São Paolo see you for the semis! Barney ...
... house party called Casa noventa Dos (or house 92). This then turned into an amazing amazing night. We met some beautiful people and (apart from having my phone almost stolen) and we partied till the morning. Thankfully many of the people there spoke English and we danced and just had an amazing time. We discover (to our joy) that you prepay for drinks there on a card which you then finalise the balance later. It's a better system than Australia as you're not always ...
... br> Police were visible everywhere and stationed in mass in many prime locations. Evidence of the evenings frustrations were visible everywhere we went. Graffiti, shattered glass, boarded up windows and piles of burned property littered every block. It wasn't the sort of thing that inspired us to extend our stay.
Don't get me wrong, we made 2 walking tours and traveled all over Sao Paulo central and never felt threatened nor did we feel ...
... metro so I needed to transfer a few times. The first transfer
was also on foot instead of a train. I didn’t know this at the start and
ended up doing a few circles in the wrong train and had to go back to
where I started. After a few more tries I finally figured it out and
made it home all safe and sound.
That’s about it for today, it didn’t feel like much but that was quite a few words. Guess is was an alright day. ...
We take off to Sydney to connect with our international flight into Buenos Aries which takes about 16 hours; the last leg is a 2 ½ hour international flight into Sao Paulo.
We arrived in Sydney and headed to navigate checking in the surfboards. I had rung the airline previously and they seemed unsure of the cost to ship the boards, one woman I eventually spoke to said $270 each way. We decided to risk it and take them, see what happens ...