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... by very thick fog on the roadway from Sao Paolo back to Santos--also delaying the departure of our ship. (I always seem to be on the LAST bus back, though that's because I always pick the longest tours available.)
Finally, a few pics of the industrial port of Santos, largest container port in South America, and some nicer pics of the local ferries and the beautiful beach.
I must say, the beaches here are truly ...
... have made the trick.
My flight details from Sao Paulo Viracopos to Belo Horizonte were as follows:
FROM SAO PAULO VCP TO BRASILIA
Flight: JJ 3884 - Operated by TAM LINHAS AEREAS
Departure: 06:52 SAO PAULO VCP
Arrival: 08:25 BRASILIA, terminal
Class: Economy Class ( H )
Aircraft: AIRBUS INDUSTRIE A320-100/200-ANAC CAT. C
Day 17: Sao Paulo
I visited Sao Paulo a few years ago, and had mixed views about the city. Today, I was out to explore the city properly, heading downtown with a lifelong Paulistano and Conveis regular Tarsila.
Sao Paulo is great! It's an enormous city, and so much to do - lots of historical sights, monuments, urban ...
... lunch. It was another buffet style restaurant, with very tasty food and Caipirinha shots (yes, they serve them for lunch - loved it). From there we took a little walk to our next business visit through an neighborhood called Vila Olimpia. It was a mixed residential and commercial neighborhood with a vibrant crowd of young professionals. As we walked what struck me was the amount of new high-rise construction that was going on in the city. There was definitely a growth spurt ...
... selling absolutely everything you could ever think of! The market was housed in an impressive old building and sold everything from tropical fruit to suckling pig. By this point we had built up an appetite so headed upstairs to the various eateries where we opted for the most authentic looking place and ate a rice/bean/dried meat dish - it was very nice, if a little salty.That night we boarded the 15 hour bus to take us to our next destination - Iguassu ...