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... the taxi fare for a journey less than five(5) kilometres to my hotel, the ibis Indaiatuba Viracopos, was a vacation-spoiling price of R$76. The hotel staff were nice and the guy that checked me was very helpful – helped decide on wake-up call and time for the taxi to arrive. Wake-up call was at 05H30 and taxi at 06H00. Being an ibis hotel, they provide bar fridges but you have to buy whatever you need ...
... with three Irish girls I met in the hostel. Christine, Jenny, Noirin and I headed to the Ibufuera park and walked around the AfroBrazilian museum whilst indulging in Acai. We had a great conversation about world matters and politics before heading to Traca de Uniao for samba dancing! Logical vs Irrational arguments. Louis remark about me being a special case made me laugh whilst eating the best pizza ever at Quintal do Braz. He later invited me to a glow paint party ...
... hydrated ethanol (E100) was compensated by an increase in the use of anhydrous ethanol mixed with gasoline, thanks to the expansion of Brazil’s light vehicle fleet. By then, in 25 years of large scale use of ethanol, Brazil had developed engine technologies and
distribution logistics that were unprecedented in the world. The network of fueling stations in which pure ethanol could be purchased reached 28 thousand. In March of 2003, Flex-Fuel vehicles were ...
... Avenida Paulista as well as MASP (Museu de Arte de São Paulo - Art Museum of São Paulo). MASP is a unique looking concrete and glass building that appears to be floating above the ground. It's known for it's collection of European Art, considered the finest in Latin America and the Southern Hemisphere. It also has a collection of Brazilian, African and Asian art. You can find just about anything a city has to offer in ...
... was time to move on to Villa Madalena, again an area that the LP recommended - the bohemian quarter of town filled with good markets and groovy cafes - we couldn't find any of it!
Our favorite area of Sao Paulo other than in our hostel watching Anthony Bourdain on pay TV or at the Starbucks around the corner (and that's pretty sad) was the Municipal Market. Right in the heart of a really dodgy area that looked like it was surrounded by crack houses, the markets ...
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