Braston Hotel Sao Paulo
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... ate for 42.75R. We enjoyed traditional mocoto which is a stew made with cows feet, beans, and assorted vegetables. We had enough left overs for dinner. When we finished it was 4:36PM so we took the bus back to our hotel so we got back at 6:32PM. We taught English again to the same students for 3 hours at the same price (65R/h) and managed to make 1170R. It was already 9:32PM and we were starving so we ate the leftovers and finally went to bed at ...
The morning was pretty unconstructive. Ed and I checked out and bummed about either watching TV or on t'interweb. I'm still a bit tired but with a night bus this evening and no valium that is a good thing. Around half three we headed out on a free walking tour of the 'new downtown'. It was good to get some knowledge on both Brazil as a whole, and Sao Paulo. The guide was decent and enthusiastic. This part of Sao Paulo looks ...
... the Champions League Final (YAY). Ami and I had no idea what to expect of this band, but it was AMAZING. The live band and the synchronised dancing made my evening. Ami and I were one of the few people who didn´t know any of the words, but that didn´t stop us, we boogied the evening away and jumped up with our fellow Sao Paulians. The plan was then head back to the hostel for a couple of drinks before heading out with our new friends Benji and Mari. Once we got back to ...
... I wear some rather fetching flight socks on long haul flights. However, what I hadn't realised before getting on the plane was that a cut on the sole of my foot had become infected so by the time we arrived in Brazil my foot had ballooned and was being painfully restricted by the tight sock. What irony.
Anyway, we don't expect any sympathy because, yes, we chose to do it and ...
... it was a bit of a ride to downtown, so Fernando entertained us with a whole host of facts and information about Brazil. He told us about the general geography of Brazil and how Sao Paulo is in the southeast and that Sao Paulo, our new home for the next 4 days, the locals like to think of as the NYC of South America, the financial capital. There are 26 states in Brazil but the state of Sao Paulo produces 35% of the country's GDP and the city itself, ...