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... it on a 7 hour flight. So there. When I woke up, I looked out my window and saw clouds. But I looked out the window on the opposite side of the plane and saw one of the most vivid, beautiful sunrises I've ever seen in my life. The orange glow that was shining above the horizon was unlike anything I've ever seen before. Wow. Looking out my own window again as we descended, I saw the city of São Paulo. I promise you, I'm not exaggerating when I say that I've never ...
... of her way to help us out when we said the only thing we hadn't really done that we wanted to was play football with some Brazilians!
Going to a local antique/food/ bit of everything market and seeing some capoeira dancing
Meeting two friends of friends who live in São Paulo and experiencing amazing hospitality and generally having a good time
Going to d edge club in São Paulo - great music
Brewdog São Paulo- best beer ever and even better ...
... of Wall street and Pompeii.
Reached Sao Paulo, immigration was a breeze and walked out to find our greeter with my name from the tour company. She didn't speak a word of English. in 2 minutes there was another lady who spoke English joined us. She took us to the car.
Carlos was our tour guide and driver. We hopped on the car and he drove us out and we were in Sao Paulo. Sao Paulo has 15 million people and luckily we were on a public religious holiday and the roads ...
Hi everybody! Thanks again for the replies, we enjoy reading them! Here our first blog from Brazil, an amazingly beautiful country!
We arrived in São Paulo and we stay with our amazing host Lucas. He takes us around the city to see the highlights like the central market with amazing food( the biggest mortadella sandwich i ever had), the enormous Ibirapeura park ( the vondelpark all of a sudden looks small) and villa Magdalena, the area full with bars and nightlife! We eat pao ...
... Maitê, lives with her husband Leandro in the downtown. Maitê and Tamié are extremely cool people. They too clearly have experience hosting exchange students. Mattheus is a funny kid. On the day I arrived he was wearing, of all things, a rage comic t-shirt. Memes are yet more widespread and powerful than I had realized.
Tânia is one of those people who knows how to speak with foreigners, perhaps because of her other experiences hosting students for a semester. I think she ...