Gran Estanplaza Sao Paulo
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For once I was both up first and not hungover. I caught up with finances whilst the others slept it over. Burning through money a bit quicker than I'd like but hopefully it will be balanced out when I go to the cheaper countries.
Around dinner time Ed, Sam, a very worse for wear Dutch lady, and the German caught the metro into town and headed to the municipal market. We hung around an entrance for a while in the hope of ...
I arrived from Cusco to Sao Paulo on 21 June and joined Rifaat, his brother Hadi, his nephew Tony and John Woodlands for our football pilgrimage of the World Cup.
After settling into our hotel which is under reconstruction we went into the city yesterday to the FIFA Fest site where 20,000 people were gathered to watch the US v Portugal in a large city centre plaza/park- lots of people, lots of music and lots of quality football - I thought the US were ********e by not to ...
... you about it. Proof of this generous and welcoming nature, is the number of lovely Brazilians who have offered for me to come and stay with them within minutes (or sometimes even seconds!) of meeting me. This has been true of so many kind people I've met, which I've found to be really touching. And if you can't go and stay, almost all the people I've met have still given me their time and recommended places to go and things to see within their home. I even met ...
... care for it.
Prices - Prices are really high. I went to the Pao de Acucar grocery store for food and still spent a lot. Shopping here is a sure fire way to drain your account. Shopping is also a very poor use of a potential cultural experience. It's like anywhere, really.
Food - Lots of good options. You have the typical Brazilian fare, things like feijoada (a type of beans), rice, meat, etc. Pao de queijo is ...
After Machu Pichu the plan was to head down to Bolivia and Lake Tikitaka. Ready to go, having booked accommodation and the bus, I find out that in 3 days time I had a flight from Lima to Sao Paolo. I only found out because I was at the air company's offices trying to actually plan a visit to Brasil a couple of months later.
Such flights costs around 800 euros and it seems I got it for free! Although the stress I went through those couple of days ...