Hotel Mercure Sao Paulo Central Towers
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We arrived in Sao Paulo at around 10pm so decided it would be easier to jump in a taxi than to navigate the public transport without a map, in the dark, with all of our luggage. The only issue was our tiny, little, old taxi driver had to stop and ask about 10-15 people for directions to our hostel. We were beginning to think we would never find it!
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Gabriela dropped my off at my apartment, that I will share with two french guys, but when I arrived, Loes, a dutch girl from Delft who was doing an exchange at USP last semester, showed me my room and the apartment. When I saw my room, the first thing I wanted to do is get some sleep, so I wasn't that sociable yesterdayevening.
But tomorrow I was alive and kicking at 5 AM ...
... were nearly full of samples. Fresh sugar mangoes, cherimoya, dates with strawberries (my new favorite fruit combination btw), longan, grapes shaped like fingers, tangerines the size of grapefruits, and zapatilla (one I'd loved in Colombia, it tastes like a sugared pear or fig or something I can't really describe). The market also had spices, alcohol, dried and fresh sausages, fresh fish and meat, even live crab! Once we were stuffed with fruit, we of course decided to go eat some ...
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... selling absolutely everything you could ever think of! The market was housed in an impressive old building and sold everything from tropical fruit to suckling pig. By this point we had built up an appetite so headed upstairs to the various eateries where we opted for the most authentic looking place and ate a rice/bean/dried meat dish - it was very nice, if a little salty.That night we boarded the 15 hour bus to take us to our next destination - Iguassu ...