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Arrived to Sao Paulo airport at 5 am,and i had about 11h in Sao Paulo Terminals are connected by bus (free,ac, 15 minutes maximum wait and 15 min to circle all),all terminals are walkable from inside except 4(I think) Couldn't find simcard to buy at any terminal (4 terminals) Currency exchange( I did it for $=2.28) is a rip off ($100=222 and up to 258 u have to search for the ...
We woke up so late today thanks to making it home at about 5am so we decided to go back to sleep and only started doing activities at about 3pm. Sam and I caught the metro to Praca de Republica and checked it our for a while.
We had heard that there was a lookout from a bar, on the top floor of one of Sao Paulos biggest buildings, but it had a $30R cover charge to get in. We thought we would give it a go anyway. We got to the 36th floor and despite not having ...
... blame them - still didn't feel quite in the spirit of things but I dot think it is for me to judge! The stadium itself is pretty disappointing. Two stands are temporary since they ran out of time and it just felt really strange since it wasn't fully enclosed. The game was the epiphany of frustration. We looked nervous, poor touch and lacked any sort of confidence on the ball. At least the atmosphere in ...
... a disgusting smell. Afterwards we headed to republica square to find some lunch but there wasn't much there so we took the underground to our next planned stop in Paulista and had lunch in a shopping centre close by. This area was a big business area with high rise skyscrapers and a lot better than some of the areas we had walked through. Not long after lunch had settled we were on the move again, our last stop of the day was one Steve had been ...
Isto é para fazerem hoje - this is to be done by you guys today
Wrapping your head around these sorts of grammatical nuances to some might
The vocabulary is so curious. Like all of the romance languages, most of the time it is very easy, but when there's no easy cognate, you're out in the dark. Take for example the words for silverware. Colher (which contains the diabolical "lh" sound) means spoon, and for some reason ...