Hotel Fazenda Areia que Canta
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... part of the afternoon in the pool, we attended a 'Brazilian Dance Class' which was lasted about an hour and was fantastic - the guy organising it was such fun and had an eclectic 80s brazilian fashion sense. After that, we played a few games of pool and returned at about 9.30 to the hotel to change and head out for dinner, although at this point our bodies ached and we were all exhausted. The next morning, we were up early to make the most ...
... technology and services they offer is amazing. Of course, today just a small proportion of the population is able to buy their services. However, the hospital's philantropical mission helps to leverage their knowledge at the bottom of the pyramid - for a steady increase of medical treatment across classes. If you are interested in learning more: www.einstein.br
That's it for today! Best ...
... are traffic jams. Juliana explained that it is like this every day of the week, even Sunday's. It really is crazy.
Juliana and her friends meet up about once a moth and go to the Samba club. They go in the afternoons as in the evenings, it fills up with the so called 'kids' so it's better to go out in the afternoon and get home at around 10 pm.
The Samba club was great. There was a live band playing and it really did have a ...
... to exchange either so I got on the bus with my extra ticket. However it did make me feel better that I wasn't conned and had lasted for 6 months traveling around in south america and hadnt been conned, ripped off or robbed once. Arriving in Sao paolo I had two days before my flight so I met a girl who was from there and she showed me around the town and we went to the market which looks and is the size of a central train Station and is filled with mostly fruit ...
... I’m sure…) and watched the endless parade of transvestites hit up the gay bars’ biggest night. Luke was lucky enough to be hit on by innumerous amounts of men(?) and even got a kiss on the cheek from one. Transvestite-watching-sidewalk-drinking nights have to be the cheapest and most entertaining nights that Sao Paulo has to offer.
Unfortunately, arriving on a Sunday meant that ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service