Comfort Hotel Ibirapuera
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... São Paulo. He lives close by my hostel so was able to show me the way! I met up with Christian (the Austrian guy I traveled Bolivia with) in São Paulo. We had two days together before he went to Florianópolis. São Paulo is the largest city in the Southern Hemisphere with 20 million living here. There is no hiding the size of the city - it's enormous! The public transport is fantastic and ...
... to Sam who we'll catch up with in a couple of days. There are a group of Brazilian girls here but they are hard work to talk to. Not because they speak poor english (they don't) just because, well some people are hard work. Besides they were heading to the side of town we were yesterday and we had our sights set on the area where the other hostel is.
Unsurprisingly this hostel was a bust too, so after some cheap drinks ...
... the bus I needed to take was the right one especially as I was getting anxious, something I hadn't’t felt in years traveling on a plane. My stop was number 2 which took what seemed forever. I arrived at the gate and then sprinted to 34, little did I know that I still had 7 mins to spare, I am almost broke down with relief & my 2 year record of making each flight remained in tact. I now had 12 hours to reflect on a promise I made myself 16 ...
... police and us.
Even though it made me feel very uncomfortable, I am glad to have seen another side of the city. It made me realize again, how lucky I am to have the life I am living. Even though, there are enormous economic developments taking place here and there are luxury shopping malls and areas full of luxury retailers (Aston Martin, Bentley etc.; high end furnishings etc.) not everybody profits from it... This is particularly shocking, when considering ...
... are closed in SA on Mondays. Instead I ventured into the Japanese quarter to check it out, but there was little here so after a few hours out I returned to the hostel to research and rest.
My feeling after day one was that São Paulo and its residents are like a couple no longer in love, but staying together for the kids. I feel like the city and its people don't appreciate one another anymore, the city with its grey, dominant buildings and the people ...