Hotel Mercure Santo Andre
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... acts as a basic GPS and can send and receive emails and texts without mobile signal. I will supplement the GPS with a paper map of the whole of Chile and West Argentina. I may buy detailed trekking maps when I stop to go walking.
I am using a big power monkey travel battery to keep things charged, with plugs and a small solar panel to back up my dynamo charger.
I will use an FX travel card for money, as the exchange rates on it are good. I will always carry ...
... well interesting. (On a side note, now that I have facebook friended some of you from FAAP, there’s a chance some of my classmates might be reading this. Yes, I write about you guys. I hope that’s not too weird. Enjoy :) ). I’ve made some new friends in class, and they’re really sweet, which has been a blessing. So the loneliness I’d been struggling with has been getting both better and worse. Better because of friends I’m making, worse because ...
... the World Cup. This dense concrete jungle is a bit like Croydon on crack. Most if it's architecture grew up in the sixties. Every other building been designed by Oscar Niemeyer, the famous Brazilian architect who worked every day until he died at the age of 105. A fate we may all have to resign ourselves to. Live fast - die young, kids.
I don't know how many of you collected Panini stickers for the World Cup when you were kids but I had my Italia 90 ...
... found on the street. I thought that these were cool and it was amazing that most of them were made with the same tiles but simply arranged in different ways.
All in all, it gave me the right mindset when I had to leave. I wanted to express myself more in my design work and learn from the masters. The trip ended with a smile on my face. (And I suppose having the United Club pass to go to the business lounge at the airport helped too.)
... every single place we went was not a safe place at night (despite the fact some of the apartments on the main street go for over $1 million). It seemed the only safe place for tourists at night was Vila Madalena.
When the tour ended, we headed back to the hostel to change and get ready to head out that night. We caught a metro to the same station as the park and then headed to an area near Bela Vista (the Italian district in Sao Paulo) for a pizza dinner- as Sao ...