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... city, I didn't feel the need to go back to my old hotel, so I decided to find a new one. I was walking around and I found a good one. It was called Hotel Tibagi. It wasn't as nice as the others, which was nice so I didn't get so distracted from the amazing culture around me. I got my stuff together, and went out to dinner. I went to the Churrascaria Jardins Grill. The food was amazing and nothing like I would have at home. ...
... is mentioned but it
appears to be utterly hilarious to Brazilians (Well to Camila anyway,
who couldn’t stop laughing the whole video. I told her she has to learn
it before I see her again). I would like to take the time here to
commend the athleticism of those dancers though, not everyone can do a
booty shake while upside down.
... trot and canter with Yemi in tow whether he wanted to or not! It was awesome I came off the horse jumping about adrenaline pumping. I'm going to look into doing it again at home I've missed it and really enjoy it, even if its just once a month or something maybe me and mum could do it that would be nice.
Off to sleep now looking forward to a hotel with wifi tomorrow, though this outdoor living hasn't been too bad and I've a new appreciation for cold showers ...
... the roadworks; ´great, we´re flying, no stopping us now.´Well we did stop, again, about 500 yards further down the road for the driver and his mate to yet again enjoy some free truck stop food. We got to Sao Paulo 1 hour late in the end. Champion.
In Sao paulo bus station we thought we´d book our big cross-border trip to Uruguay on Saturday, only to be told it had sold out. Slight spanner in the works there. We had to book one from porto Alegre on Sunday which ...
... we had to pay out that good luck with the expected 6 hour, actual 9 hour bus trip to Curitiba; delayed as a result of horrendous traffic out of Sao Paulo.
Both of us were kind of relieved to be leaving Sao Paulo. You really want to love the place, you do, but it’s just so hard. He’s an example; you don’t expect outbound city highways to be pretty but Sao Paulo’s straddles this brown water cement canal and is encased ...