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... to the bus station would cost around 100 Real and we were a lot further away than that but we said if he could get a cab for that price than we would share. Sure enough Paulo (our new airport friend) went and found a cab. It's amazing what price differences there are for locals vs. tourists! I think we were both hoping that this wasn't a huge scam but Paulo seemed pretty legit and just ended up being a super nice guy. We got to the airport ...
The last day in fortaleza, we did absolutely nothing special.
It was the overnight plane to Santos, so we burned as little energy as possible as there would be a transfer in the middle of the flight.. so wasnt expecting much sleep at all...
but we made it!
It wasnt painful at all ;)
The drive from Sao Paulo to Santos took us through a national park with beaiutiful tropical forests and some nice vistas interspersed with ...
... and then just a few minutes before midnight the AIDAcara left Santos and we enjoyed this spectacle on Deck 11 for a little while.
While the poolparty was still ongoing (with really only a few people left) we went to bed because we were just too tired after the long journey. I think this was the first time ever that I left a poolparty at midnight already, but I wanted to be fit for my highlight on the next day: Rio de ...
... a bus stop and with the help of a few Brazilians we finally got to the main terminal. This bus trip took over an hour and we got to see most of Santos, the downtown, shopping and beach areas on the route. We were thinking that the bus trip was taking a long time (longer than we thought having looked at the bus station location before we left England), and when the bus finally got to the main terminal we could see ...
... interesting than urine-soaked, sweat-crowded Sao Paulo.
I've found that most Brazilians (especially those I met in SP who are well-traveled) realize that most 'Merricans don't know anything about Brazil. They don't, however, seem to see it as offensive when folks know nothing about their country because Brazilians are, on the whole, warm and friendly. And being such friendly people, a lot of folks actually ...
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