Feller Avenida Paulista
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... Particular in hostels were common areas tend to be pretty small. The downside of course is rain getting in the way of the tan, and some places not even being accessible due to snow fall blocking roads which is what I hear the patagonia region may be like at the moment. Hay ho.
Our night bus south was at 22:45. At the depot we saw one for the destination in the same port timed for 22:30 and proceeded to load the ...
... and a friend of Rifaat's- Val- joined us and explained some of the cultural aspects of Brazil and their BBQs.
After the day's break we will be back to the football again with our second match in Sao Paulo and then our three day trip to Rio De Janeiro before our final three days in Sao Paulo- going quick but enjoying it greatly.
I have included a few photos and one trick photo to see if you are on the ball.
Anto Gill ...
Hi everybody! Thanks again for the replies, we enjoy reading them! Here our first blog from Brazil, an amazingly beautiful country!
We arrived in São Paulo and we stay with our amazing host Lucas. He takes us around the city to see the highlights like the central market with amazing food( the biggest mortadella sandwich i ever had), the enormous Ibirapeura park ( the vondelpark all of a sudden looks small) and villa Magdalena, the area full with bars and nightlife! We eat pao ...
... the pages of their sites to achieve the top searched site when you google something in Brazil. He has a very calm demeanor and he really just wants to make everyone connectable. When other sites troll his site for data he confronts them and just wants to form partnerships. He understands that by working together, the potential is much higher than working alone.
The evenings adventure was to the sky bar located at hotel unique about a 20 real cab ride ...
... blonde friend and was intent on interrogating us to find out exactly where we were staying. Or Davide, who stood way too close for comfort and proceeded to cover my face with a large smattering of saliva after every spoken word. And Nilson, a Japanese resident with THE MOST extravagant laugh I've ever heard and who's essentially a real life version of 'The Hangover's Chow. There were many many others too. It was an unforgettable night for all the wrong reasons. I chose to ...