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... left, so looked around the town (buying rain ponchos and snacks for the next few days) and the local Incan ruins (the ruins being the final citadel which the Spaniards destroyed during their invasion). That evening, we were supposed to all have dinner together at a restaurant in the town square, but Sophie and I fell asleep and woke up 10 minutes after we were supposed to all meet. We then ran into town but couldn't find the others anywhere, so we ended up getting takeaway ...
... Our cab cost us about $15 US dollars.
When we got to our hotel, we realized we were in a business district and it was rather quiet but good because it was in the center of the city. We checked in and immediately got a map to begin our exploring. We walked over to the nearby mall to see if there was anywhere inside where we could go exchange money. The rate at the mall was the best rate we had seen all trip! $1 US dollar = $2.62 real. There was also a ...
... Paulo called Paulista. This is where the main England pub and all the support was congregating before the game. You couldnīt go anywhere without people wanting pictures of all the England fans, it was brilliant. When we got to Paulista we took over about 3 pubs on a crossroads and as the morning went on the chanting and banter got louder and louder. Traffic was stopping to take a look, cars were ...
... with a friend, and we continued together to find a nice cream. I bought a dulce de leche magnum, which was heavenly. Dulce de leche here is wonderful, the nicest thing here. We decided to make our way back across town and find Batman alley, which is a street full of graffiti. It was a long trek, and after Rob took us the wrong way, around the biggest cemetery I've ever seen, we made it to the alley. It was nice, but not worth the trek. We were exhausted from walking all ...
... goods and forgeries. We paid a visit to São Paulo cathedral which was thankfully open (though the crypt was closed) before heading to Chinatown (well, Japantown) for lunch, eating at a Korean restaurant. After cooking our own lunch using a stove in the middle of the table, we headed back to the apartment on the metro and spent the rest of the day fairly lazily. Our second full day in São Paulo took us out of the city itself and into the surrounding shanty ...