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... rules and we basically are treated like herded cattle. I made a few adjustments to my backpack to make it look a little smaller but I think it was still pretty big. I was able to board the plane, nonetheless. I stowed my bag in the overhead compartment, which pretty much took like 3/4th of the space. A lady sitting behind me wasn't very pleased and I can hear her complains to her row mates. C'est la vie lady! The flight was about nine ...
... out alone. After a little debate, we decided to go up the building... only to see her at the top. The view from the top was spectacular. Sao Paulo is truly never ending. From every angle, as far as your eye can see there are just high rises.
We arrived back at our hotel to get ready for a fancy dinner. I wasn't leaving this country without rodizio and I knew that Sao Paulo would be a better place to get it than Rio. We dressed up and took the metro to Center Norte to visit Fogo ...
... our bellies we headed in that direction with our new friends Billy and Rob. After a long trek we made it to the market and sat down and ordered two mortadella sandwiches. They were MASSIVE, full of meat and looked so tasty we gobbled them down instantly. Poor Billy is a vegetarian, so he sat and drank a beer, while we scoffed our faces. After, all Billy wanted was a hard juicy apple, so after investigating each fruit stall, he decided on a medium sized apple. The anticipation ...
TAM flight from Cusco to Sao Paulo. Had a good chat with the guys sitting either side of me.
Put the watch forward two hours.
A couple of hours to kill at Sao Paulo airport. Eventually got an internet connection in the WiFi area but it was very slow and gave up in the end. Not impressed with the terminal again.
Departed South America at midnight on the TAM flight to London. I wonder when I'll be back next; maybe 2016? ...
We got out of our hostel at around 9.30, heading towards the central olden district for the sights there. To save money, we chose to walk instead of taking the metro. It wasn't that bad, considering we were so used to hiking by now. In little time, we arrived at the first attraction, São Bento monastery, where the Sunday mass was being held. After that, headed towards the gothic Sé ...