Hotel Grand Mercure Sao Paulo Ibirapuera
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... out for food (by this time the rain had stopped) which was decent then got back to the hostel for free caipirinhas at 9. This is supposed to be a party hostel but it is distinctly lacking in party. A couple of guys turned up for the free drinks then buggered off again so there was only us and a Dutch girl and a German guy who don't know each other but rolled into the city in preparation for some internship thing. We played Hearts for a while (it seems a ...
... everyone so hard it was like a llama on bath salts. Right after this he turned to me and let loose. I was so glad i had the sunnies on so i could break eye contact. Haven't been sprayed like that without understanding why since my last relationship. I checked out ibirapuerra again and it was going off - parks in Brazil on weekends are the place to be. Bands playing, football games, and heaps of skill in Brazil's other national ...
... Industry Association. I am expecting this to be boring but I am very wrong. I'm not sure why I accept what she has to say so readily, maybe I never liked the idea of corn ethanol as fuel in the first place, but its not just other countries with protectionist policies and propaganda to control public opinion. She mentioned the argument that sugar cane damages the rain forest (through de-forestation for growing). ...
Our bus journey from Iguazu Falls to Sao Paulo was definitely one we'd prefer to forget. With the scent of the toilet wafting through the bus and the main air conditioning being in the form of humid air blasting in through all the wide open windows, conditions were less than ideal for a good night's sleep. Add in the long stops every couple of hours for no apparent reason all through the night and the armed police search at 3am (racial profiling seemed to be in evidence judging by ...
... especially through customs, and we may need additional travel documents to leave or get back into the airport. With only a few hours to play with, I decided it was best for us to stay put.
We ended up spending most of our time in the American Airlines club, which normally I would never spend money to do, but Sao Paulo's airport is hot and crowded. Before checking into the club, ...