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... main thing being the ridiculous amount of skyscrapers. It is literally a "concrete jungle", as they say. It is impossible to grasp just how massive the city is until you are IN it. Anyway we finally arrived at the hostel to find that it had been double booked by mistake so I had to move to a different one! The owner was really lovely though and drove me across the city herself to another one. She is just one example of how friendly ...
... pastries, toasted coconut snacks and the richest, most delicious puddings that were bring served as if they were ice cream flavors, from buckets into small cups, with a choice of toppings, and to the crowds of people, including us, waiting patiently for their turns. While eating, we enjoyed the live Chorinho band, a Brazilian samba-influenced style of music. The area around the Calixto market, full of quirky shops and small restaurants, was fun to explore ...
After our meeting, we went with Rodrigo and Marcia to a traditional Brazilian Steakhouse, Churrascaria Novilho de Prata. We enjoyed a variety of delicious meats, while talking more with them about BCD. It was great to experience some Brazilian culture while in good company. We all left extremely full and happy from the meal and all of the new knowledge! Overall, it was another great day in Sao Paulo!
... Paulo, drinking caipirinhas, all the while watching the local prostitutes go about their business. We had intended on buying the required components of an Ulster fry before retiring to bed, but when we arrived at the 24 hour supermarket it was, in keeping with our time in São Paulo, closed. We couldn't help but laugh. We are now waiting for our flight back to Europe. In less than 48 hours time we will be back in the UK but first, we have the little matter of Barcelona to ...
... most famous church in the city. It was magnificent on the outside, but the inside decos were somewhat average. São Paulo isn't a pretty city, as we walked along the streets, many homeless people set up their beds on the sides of the roads. The roads smelt of pee, and the buildings were not maintained well at all. Not a good sight. We decided to head back to the hostel for lunch. Passed by ...