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But they also have wifi and mobile phone coverage on board. In club we get 4mb free. It's expensive but prices will come down. I sent Tom a message before I went to sleep.
A good dinner followed with a better choice of wines than BA and the best PX I have tasted.
I was listening to Vaughan Williams' sea symphony - and really listening. So typical of its time and so confident. We couldn't do that now.
A reasonable ...
I woke up well rested and full of energy – the appetite was back. I checked and waited for my tour guide, Renatta of RMB, who was going to take me on a four hour tour of Sao Paulo.
The tour started in the Bohemian quarters, where there are some great murals to rival Banksy. We then covered all four sides of the city (East, west, South, North). The highlight of the tour was the ...
... Maria and her background in the tourism and hospitality industry.
We took a taxi to a popular indoor market on the south side of the city. We walked through the market, looking at all of the amazing fruit and meat displays. We had the chance to try some of the fruit ourselves. Each was delicious and different than any other fruit I have had before! We ...
The drive into the city took forever since we first saw the signs saying`Sao Paulo´. We managed to negotiate the metro to the hostel, Lime Time. The city centre was packed, high rises and sky scrapers take over the city and you can literally see the city for miles and miles. The hostel had a so called pet dog called gringo, but it was actually a psycho!! The staff said straight away, mind our ...
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