Hotel Excelsior Sao Paulo
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... party for us. And, the guy sitting next to us on the plane we are on now offered me and my Mom some of his food. Marco, our host in Salvador, drove us around town to get us wherever we needed.
Things to watch out for in Brazil:
The sun comes up at 5 am and goes down at 5 pm around the winter solstice which is today, June 21st.
When we leave Brazil, I will miss...
Portugese, because I like the language better than Spanish.
... pip is in front of me on the back of a motorbike and I was on the next 500cc speeding uphill and round tight bends at break neck speed. The driver found it funny how tight I was holding onto him, whilst I praying for my dear life and hoping the journey would soon be over and we would make it to the top alive (just long enough for me to kill pip for taking me up here in the first place!).
Luckily we made it alive and no one tried to rob us or shoot us ! ...
On our way to Parati we had to stop at Sao Paulo as there was no direct bus from Curitiba. We stayed at a CouchSurfing friend. He is 48, lives with his old mother. They were so kind to us that we felt as at home. John spent with us all the time: the first evening he showed us Sao Paulo at night until 1:30 am, and the next day we went together to the parks, museums and the downtown. Thanks to him we really enjoyed this short trip to Sao ...
... been. This meant we missed getting tickets for the next bus to Foz du Iguacu and we had to spend the night in Sao Paulo. We went into an internet room at the bus station and started searching for good areas to stay in and hostels within that area and during this found lots of horror stories within all the areas. Fun! Ended up booking to stay at Saci Hostel nearby Vila Madalena area. Saci Hostel ...
... of the sustainability projects that Natura has in place, as well as answered all of the questions that we had regarding the company and the products.
From there we headed back to São Paulo, and got stuck in the infamous São Paulo traffic. As we had dinner on our own that night, a bunch of us went to a local restaurant called Spot (after getting lost trying to find it - thank you Google Maps for finding our way back), where we indulged in Caipirinhas (the ...