Comfort Hotel Nova Paulista
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... and received the bags we would be taking on the Trail. As porters would be carrying all our stuff (apart from whatever rucksack we wanted to carry), we were limited to 6kg of stuff. About an hour into the questions, Sophie and I fell asleep in our chairs and kept doing that thing where you wake up suddenly and make a noise, then the guide would look at us and we had to nod to pretend we were listening. Terrible. Afterwards, when it got dark, I had a sudden urge to find some ...
... 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 ...
... the airport as I arrived at 9:30am and departed at 5:30pm.
I got little to no sleep on my first flight so I fell asleep as soon as the plane took off. Who knew lugging around 70 pounds of luggage could wear a girl out? So I missed my snack which would've been my dinner (thankfully I had eaten "dois" Starbucks paninis. I was so ready to be "home".
When I finally arrived and picked up my luggage, what little adrenaline I had kicked ...
... juice the night before. We'd heard of there being an indoor food market being worth a visit. Never before have I seen such a display of delicious delights! The smells, the colours, the tastes were all a pleasure on the senses. We treated ourselves to a pastrami sandwich and a beer. We tried a range of cheeses. Oh cheese how we've missed you! The fish counter had the whole life of the ocean for sale - giant octopus, piranhas, catfish, tuna, swordfish, ...
... to fossil based products. Brazil is the world's largest producer of sugar cane, sugar and sugar cane ethanol. In Brazil, there is no pure gasoline sold in the country. There is only a blend of gasoline with 18 to 25% ethanol. There are currently 15 Flex Fuel automakers in Brazil with more than 90 models of Flex Fuel Vehicles. However, American cars have used this gasoline/ethanol blend with no reported engine problems. The sugar ...