Hotel Mercure Santo Andre
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... Alley), which is famous for its street art. It was a little sketchy but really cool. Again, check out the pictures. They’re pretty neat.
Anyway, it’s been a great summer. I’m glad I came and glad I learned so much. I hope reading these gave you guys a window into what my life has been like for the past two months. Until next time, grace and peace from my friends’ house in Mogi das Cruzes. Go with God my friends.
... bits of potato chip, caramelized onions, mustard and melted gruyere cheese. Then we took an nice stroll in Parque do Ibirapuera for a couple hours before heading down to a French bar & restaurant (Les 3 Brasseurs) to meet up with our host and his friends to watch the French vs Ecuador game. I didn't manage to take a video of them singing and cheering ...
... br> abroad. Her friend, a really pretty Cuban but so young, it would have
been creepy to even ask how young.
We had a bit of a verbal ménage a trois going on as they spoke Portuguese
to each other, I spoke my limited Spanish with the Cuban and broken
English with the Londoner.
(My apologies to those of you who got here by googling Ménage a trois
and got less than hoped). Anyway we chatted ...
... for a movie. We worked out that cinemas are generally in shopping centres, that often they change the title, and that when it says Dublado it means it is dubbed and Legendado means subtitled in Portugese Brazilian. So lots of English language movies and we saw The Impossible (about the Thai tsunami). In the process we also became experts on travelling the Metro - less than £1 a journey - good for a long distance, bad for a two ...
... bit of sunshine before it clouded over. Bruiser did not and spent the day in the hostel only leaving to take trips to the supermarket. Last night we tried to a drink and head out to the only club in Paraty called ´one´, this was unsuccessful as our hangovers got the better of us. Bruiser did manage to polish off the vodka though while enjoying a bit of late night tv.
Tomorrow we are heading to either Ilha Grandee or Rio depending on the weather.