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I had a pretty good day in the city today, even though this city isn’t much to look at. I left the hostel and walked about 25 minutes down to Parque Republica for a free walking tour. This walk was the most uncomfortable I have been for a while, because I had my camera with me, and it was not a nice neighborhood I was walking through to get there. I made it there safely though, and found the walking tour about 15 minutes before it was ...
... got into for free! It was a tiny museum and I think at the time there was only one exhibit, but it was a welcome stop from our hot walk around the park! On another visit to the park, we stopped by the AfroBrazil Museum, a museum dedicated to displaying and highlighting the role of African culture, identity and heritage in present day Brazilian society. Aside from a whole room dedicated to Pele (the football player) the museum holds loads of Afro-Brazilian art, ...
Soooo what did we do, slept till 12, attempted the markets and a bit of shopping (with everything closed on a Sunday). Both pretty average. Back to the hostel for a nap. Then hit the town again. Again, the nightlife here is pretty amazing. We were recommended to go to a joint called Vila Seu Justino. Here we ...
... am (which would have given us no time) to 10am. We were fortunate to have both our bags arrive safely as two of the people from our group were sent to the TAM office where they learned that their suitcases were still in Miami!
Domestic flights are completely disorganized in terms of gates. After asking directions by many non-English speaking airport staff, Joel and ...
Due to the last of our time restraints we only had 5 days to spend in Brazil. We spent our time in Sao Paulo. After five days we were ready to leave....
Our arrival in Sao Paula coincided with an explosion of riots over an a .20 in crease in the bus & subway fares. The riots went from peaceful protests to violent crashes with the police, vandalism and shoot outs. Suddenly protesting seems to have become the new chic'. Everywhere we ...